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1,400 Years of History

View from the north west circa 1890–1900.

The 12th-century choir. A pivotal moment in the history of the cathedral ...

Canterbury Cathedral Archives

The cathedral did not sustain serious damage during either World War

Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, UK - Founded in 597, the cathedral was

Choir screen

A unique collaboration between the University of Kent, Canterbury Cathedral Archives and researchers in Rouen has laid the foundations for a new and ...

Anglo-Saxon Canterbury

Monastic buildings[edit]

Becket's crown at the far east side of the cathedral

Stone statue of a crowned man holding a sceptre. Æthelberht of Kent imagined in a statue from Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral

The beautiful architecture of Canterbury - in photos

Christchurch Gate was built 1504-1521 but the statue of Christ was replaced in 1990

Canterbury Cathedral did not sustain serious damage during either World War

Trinity Chapel and Shrine of Thomas Becket[edit]

Canterbury Canterbury Cathedral St Augustine's Abbey St Martin's Church Underground Roman city tour other things.

Canterbury Cathedral Cloisters at Evening, Kent, England Canterbury Kent, Canterbury Cathedral, Cathedral

Perpendicular style nave. Canterbury Cathedral ...

Canterbury Cathedral is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site

The west front in 1821 showing the Norman north west tower prior to rebuilding, (coloured engraving)

The Cathedral Archives collects according to the Cathedral's Collection Development policy. Please note that the historic library and archive of the ...

18th-century watercolour of St Mary's Church

Archives & Library

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Butchery Lane with Canterbury Cathedral in the background

Convert king: statue of Ethelbert at Canterbury Cathedral, Kent

One of the many stained-glass windows at Canterbury Cathedral

Cathedral History

Maritime Kent – place-names, sea songs and Anglo-Saxon 'invaders' | Centre for Kent History and Heritage

Westgate, Canterbury.jpg

Legacy Tree Onsite: Canterbury Cathedral Archives, England

Great cloister, chapter house and archdeacon's house from Canterbury Cathedral's western tower.

Black Prince, Cinque Ports and Canterbury Cathedral. Faversham's history ...

... and the refashioning of great Cathedrals from Anglo-Saxon architecture to Norman. It was Archbishop Lanfranc who rebuilt Canterbury Cathedral over the ...

Old St Paul's Cathedral

Student visit and archaeology round-up – exciting times in Canterbury | Centre for Kent History and Heritage

Canterbury Cathedral Archives

Early history[edit]

Anglo-Saxon architecture

Westminster Abbey

Did you know?

Canterbury Cathedral UK, dates back to 597AD- the green figure is the scariest sculpture

Medieval and Early Modern Studies

List of Archbishops of Canterbury

The Canterbury War Memorial

Canterbury Cathedral, St Augustine's Abbey, and St Martin's Church world heritage site

... turn of the ninth century, St Augustine's Abbey, shown here, was in competition with Christ Church Canterbury (the later Cathedral) for primacy in Kent.

HMS Kent, an armoured cruiser, took part in the Battle of the Falklands on 8th December 1914 where she sank the German light cruiser SMS Nürnberg.

Illuminated manuscript with a forward-facing man in the middle of the large H.

IGodwine Charter (ref ChAnt/S/458)

The beautiful architecture of Canterbury - in photos

Christ Church Gate (Cathedral precincts main entrance). Canterbury, Kent, England,

Thirteenth century Archbishop of Canterbury Stephen Langton played an important role in the negotiations preceding Magna Carta – the charter of liberties ...

Canterbury Cathedral

Award recognises world importance of Canterbury Cathedral archive

The Westgate is the largest surviving city gate in England. It survived a demolition attempt for a road-widening scheme in Victorian times.

New technology opens up the archives to the public.

Library at the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge Museum (Canterbury): 21 October– 2 November The Templeman Library (University of Kent, Canterbury Campus): ...

Archbishop Lanfranc made the creation of an adequate library one of his priorities at Canterbury Cathedral, and a number of his books survive in the ...

Setts showing the outline of the first building.

Canterbury Cathedral, fan vaulting of the crossing

Edward the Confessor, the penultimate Anglo-Saxon king of England, depicted here in

West Side Top Inscription

Modern period[edit]

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Library at the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge Museum (Canterbury): 21 October– 2 November The Templeman Library (University of Kent, Canterbury Campus): ...

Westminster Cathedral at Dusk, London, UK - Diliff.jpg

Michael considers the importance of St Martin's church, Canterbury

Cathedral Image Database Our Image Database contains images related to the Cathedral and some of its collections and treasures.

Campfire Tales at the Medieval Canterbury Weekend.

The beautiful architecture of Canterbury - in photos

Interesting for a different reason is the Sandwich charter, which King Cnut granted to the Cathedral in 1023, of which both Latin and Old English versions ...

Sense of place – Canterbury, Kent and beyond | Centre for Kent History and Heritage

HMS Canterbury and the Battle of Jutland

... lost Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Old Park Hill, Dover. Please do book (if required) and come along to these events if they look interesting to you, ...

Canterbury Cathedral from University of Kent

... the role and place of Canterbury in the Anglo-Saxon world of Bede, that great early writer on what might be called the history of the English nation.

Alfred Smyth, Tim Tatton-Brown and Norman Canterbury | Centre for Kent History and Heritage

The beautiful architecture of Canterbury - in photos

The Weavers House, Canterbury, Kent, England Canterbury Kent, Portugal, France,

Exeter, Devon, SW England, UK.

Nave and interior Norman features looking towards the Great West Door

1,400 Years of History

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The 12th-century choir. A pivotal moment in the history of the cathedral ...

Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, UK - Founded in 597, the cathedral was

Canterbury Cathedral Archives

The beautiful architecture of Canterbury - in photos

A unique collaboration between the University of Kent, Canterbury Cathedral Archives and researchers in Rouen has laid the foundations for a new and ...

Anglo-Saxon Canterbury

If you're in the UK, you may have been watching the recent BBC series of programmes about Canterbury Cathedral. If you haven't been, I recommend it - the ...

The cathedral did not sustain serious damage during either World War

Missionary, Archbishop of Canterbury, and saint

Monastic buildings[edit]

Canterbury Cathedral did not sustain serious damage during either World War

Becket's crown at the far east side of the cathedral

Church in Kent, England

Canterbury Cathedral, St. Augustine's Abbey, and St. Martin Church

Archives & Library

Canterbury Cathedral · Christian Church ...

Canterbury Canterbury Cathedral St Augustine's Abbey St Martin's Church Underground Roman city tour other things.

Canterbury Cathedral Cloisters at Evening, Kent, England Canterbury Kent, Canterbury Cathedral, Cathedral

Canterbury, Kent, England - Canterbury is a historic English cathedral city and UNESCO World

Canterbury Cathedral. Home of England's leading prelate, the Arch Bishop. Canterbury Cathedral,

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The Cathedral Archives collects according to the Cathedral's Collection Development policy. Please note that the historic library and archive of the ...

18th-century watercolour of St Mary's Church

Destruction caused by the Baedeker raid.

Convert king: statue of Ethelbert at Canterbury Cathedral, Kent

Butchery Lane with Canterbury Cathedral in the background

Maritime Kent – place-names, sea songs and Anglo-Saxon 'invaders' | Centre for Kent History and Heritage

Bones, bodies and relics at Canterbury, Dover and Folkestone | Centre for Kent History and Heritage

Cathedral History

Exploring Canterbury Cathedral and Swale Heritage | Centre for Kent History and Heritage

Student visit and archaeology round-up – exciting times in Canterbury | Centre for Kent History and Heritage

Rochester_Cathedral_from_west

One of the many stained-glass windows at Canterbury Cathedral

Westgate, Canterbury.jpg

Canterbury Cathedral History: Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral

New technology opens up the archives to the public.

Legacy Tree Onsite: Canterbury Cathedral Archives, England

St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury - English Heritage. Open daily, April to September

... and the refashioning of great Cathedrals from Anglo-Saxon architecture to Norman. It was Archbishop Lanfranc who rebuilt Canterbury Cathedral over the ...

Old St Paul's Cathedral

Black Prince, Cinque Ports and Canterbury Cathedral. Faversham's history ...

Dr Leonie Hicks of Canterbury Christ Church has also had a book published recently, in this case A Short History of the Normans and I happened to see Leonie ...

Early history[edit]

CANTERBURY, KENT/UK - NOVEMBER 12 : Interior view of Canterbury Cathedral in Canterbury

Canterbury Cathedral Archives

Anglo-Saxon architecture

Eadmer and Osbern create such a vivid sense of eleventh-century Canterbury and the people who inhabited it that it feels very real to me, as if I had seen ...

Canterbury Cathedral UK, dates back to 597AD- the green figure is the scariest sculpture

Medieval and Early Modern Studies

The Westgate is the largest surviving city gate in England. It survived a demolition attempt for a road-widening scheme in Victorian times.

Canterbury Cathedral, St Augustine's Abbey, and St Martin's Church world heritage site

The exquisite carving of Archbishop Bourchier's tomb, Canterbury Cathedral

The view of Canterbury Cathedral from the University of Kent campus, where the Lyminge Project

Did you know?

... turn of the ninth century, St Augustine's Abbey, shown here, was in competition with Christ Church Canterbury (the later Cathedral) for primacy in Kent.

CANTERBURY, KENT/UK - NOVEMBER 12 : View of the Pulpit in Canterbury Cathedral

Christ Church Gate (Cathedral precincts main entrance). Canterbury, Kent, England,

The beautiful architecture of Canterbury - in photos

HMS Kent, an armoured cruiser, took part in the Battle of the Falklands on 8th December 1914 where she sank the German light cruiser SMS Nürnberg.

Book, Paper and Object Conservation. The Cathedral has cared for archives ...

Cricket and the Canterbury stage in August 1914

Canterbury Cathedral

Illuminated manuscript with a forward-facing man in the middle of the large H.

British history posts by authors of British historical fiction.

Ancient History

Looking east from Bell Harry Square, Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral, MS. Lit. E. 42, f. 9r: Historiated Initial, the Martyrdom of St ...

Old Bosham Church 900 AD, Bosham, West Sussex. This would be where Harold. Anglo Saxon HistoryBritish ...

IGodwine Charter (ref ChAnt/S/458)

Thirteenth century Archbishop of Canterbury Stephen Langton played an important role in the negotiations preceding Magna Carta – the charter of liberties ...

Edward the Confessor, the penultimate Anglo-Saxon king of England, depicted here in

Remains: These towers are all that is left from the Anglo-Saxon church at

Award recognises world importance of Canterbury Cathedral archive

Archbishop Lanfranc made the creation of an adequate library one of his priorities at Canterbury Cathedral, and a number of his books survive in the ...

Britain's historical highlights

Canterbury Cathedral, fan vaulting of the crossing

Rochester_Cathedral,_nave_looking_East

Setts showing the outline of the first building.

St Thomas of Canterbury and his legacy | Centre for Kent History and Heritage

Michael Wood on Canterbury's Anglo-Saxon treasures | Centre for Kent History and Heritage

Library at the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge Museum (Canterbury): 21 October– 2 November The Templeman Library (University of Kent, Canterbury Campus): ...