Other articles where canterbury cathedral is discussed crypt at canterbury the crypt dating from 1100 forms a large and complex church with apse and chapels and the extreme east end under trinity chapel is famous as the original burial place of thomas becket the earlier late 11th century crypts of winchester worcester and gloucester. He is a frequent broadcaster on historic architecture including the award winning bbc series climbing great buildings and henry viii patron and plunderer and writes for the financial times heather newton is head of masonry and stone conservation at canterbury cathedral robert greshoff is a leading architectural photographer. The cathedral is often described as england in stone as its history is intrinsically linked to englands history from archbishop langtons role in the magna carta negotiations to the power struggle between king henry ii and archbishop thomas becket canterbury cathedrals history is as rich as it comes. The architecture of canterbury cathedral by dr jonathan foyle has filled in the gaps i missed it answers many questions i was unable to find answers to during my short visit dr foyles personal knowledge and love of the cathedral comes through in every sentence
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