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St Martin's church, Angers, is emblematic of the problems raised in pre-12th century history of architecture. In view of the importance of this building, it was necessary to attempt to define its dating and this study particularly focuses on its bell-tower. In addition to the conclusion resulting from the interpretation of written sources and typological criteria positioning the construction of the site at the beginning of the 11th century, not only a significant number of 14C dates weredoi:10.2478/s13386-011-0010-0 fatcat:nkc4ij6mf5hk5pbqf7kti7yu5y