Author: Jacob H. Scott PCIfA
Incorporating a knowledge of sun-paths into Bishop Gundulf’s motivations in designing the unique layout of Rochester Cathedral and it’s priory may help explain the non-traditional siting of the cloisters alongside security, oversight and the fulfilling the needs of the priory.
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Scott, J. H. (2017) The influence of sun-paths in understanding the separation of the eleventh-century cloister and east end at Rochester Cathedral priory, Rochester Cathedral Research Guild archive report RCL17r04.
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Published online: 26th April 2017
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