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New findings from cathedral study

New findings from cathedral study
trefwoorden: Engeland - Lincoln - catheral - 11e eeuw
Controversial new evidence suggests the famous west front of Lincoln Cathedral might not have been part of the cathedral at all.
It was thought to be the only remaining part of the original Norman cathedral built in 1092.
But now it is being claimed it was actually a separate house built for the man in charge of construction, Remigius, the first Bishop of Lincoln.
Norman cathedrals were not built with toilets or sewers, but Lincoln cathedral has them - a fact which has never been explained.

Lees verder bij: BBC News (1 september 2003)