Medieval London

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This shows the remnants of the medieval priory. Here, the Norman architecture is noticeable by how the arches are more rounded at the top. It is made up of ragstone rubble. These are present in the back right portion of the cathedral, near the south…

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Circled in red is Southwark Cathedral (St Mary Overie) as where it was located c. 1300. Currently, Southwark Cathedral is in the same location.

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This is Southwark Cathedral from the outside as it looks in present day. Although this is not all the original gothic architecture, it is a renovation in the gothic architectural style that was used in medieval times. However, aspects inside the…

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This is the tomb that was created for John Gower. John Gower not only was married in St. Mary Overie priory, but he also lived in it as well. Although not in the original spot that it was during the middle ages, this is the authentic tomb that was…
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