The Saxon Cathedral at Canterbury and The Saxon Saints Buried Therein
THE SAXON CATHEDRAL AT
CANTERBURY AND THE
SAXON SAINTS BURIED
CHARLES COTTON, O.B.E., F.R.C.P.E.
Hon. Librarian, Christ Church Cathedral, Canterbury
MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS
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QUAM DILECTA TABERNACULA
How lovely and how loved, how full of grace,
The Lord the God of Hosts, His dwelling place!
How elect your
How serene your walls remain:
Never moved by,
Rather proved by
Wind, and storm, and surge, and rain!
Adam St. Victor, of the Twelfth Century.
|Map of Durovernum||1|
Plan of the Romano-British Church at Silchester
|Early Seal of Christ Church, Canterbury||10|
|Foundations of the Romano-British CHURCH AT Silchester from the West||12|
|Foundations of the Romano-British CHURCH AT Silchester from the East||13|
|Conjectural Plan of the Saxon Cathedral at Canterbury||14|
|Charter of Archbishop Athelard, A.D. 803||44|
|Picture of Queen Ediva||52|
|Charter of King Edred written by Dunstan, Abbot of Glastonbury, A.D. 949, recto||54|
|Charter of King Edred written by Dunstan, Abbot of Glastonbury, A.D. 949, verso||55|