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The fifteenth-century baptismal font and the timber roof of St. Mildred's Church in Canterbury.

Walking tour with historian Sheila Sweetinburgh.

Pictures of the students while on a guided tour of Canterbury Cathedral.

This is a map of Clerkenwell Priory in 1520. The priory is circled in red.

This image is of the crypt, located underneath the church. It is one of London's few remaining Norman structures.

This is St John's Gate that was located at the monastery. It went through several owners after Henry VIII's Dissolution.

The stone wall shown here was apart of the original medieval construction of St. Giles' Cripplegate. Dating back to the fourteenth century, this wall is considered to be a part of the last medieval remains of the original parish. This part of the…

This sketch illustrates the layout of St. Giles' Cripplegate from 1400 to modern day. Parts of the church, and their centuries of construction, are presented above. With an aerial perspective, additions to the church over time are visible.

St. Etheldreda’s Chapel is a one-story Gothic-style Catholic church located in the private road of Ely Place in London. This is the East Window of the church.
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