By Nicholas Orme
‘An historic cathedral files greater than its personal deepest heritage. certainly it may be learn as a miniature background of britain. we're treading within the footsteps of Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Normans, Tudors, Stuarts, Hanoverians, Victorians, they usually all left their mark.’
England’s sixty or so Anglican and Roman Catholic cathedrals are between its such a lot iconic constructions and allure millions of worshippers and viewers each year. but even though a lot has been written approximately their structure, there isn't any whole consultant to their heritage and actions. This ebook presents the 1st rounded account of the full in their 1700 years from Roman instances to the current day.
It explains the format in their structures, the folks who ran them, their worship and track, their hyperlinks with studying and schooling, and their outreach to society. It relates their historical past to the heritage of britain and exhibit how they tailored to alter and weathered mess ups to outlive as nice repositories of our nationwide history.
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