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Author: Dean Francis Underhill
‘The Cathedral Church of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary at Rochester is one of the most interesting buildings in this country. At every point it touches English history, and it is an epitome of our church architecture. From one point in the Lady Chapel it is possible to see work of every century from the eleventh to the twentieth ; while under the pavement of the nave lie the foundations of a small Saxon cathedral dating back to the early seventh century…’
To cite this work:
Underhill, F. (1938) The Story of Rochester Cathedral; by the Dean. Rochester Cathedral interpretation booklet.
To link to this article: https://rochestercathedralresearchguild.org/bibliography/1938-01
Published online: 9th January 2018
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