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Hereford cathedral illuminated at night, on cover of 'Hereford Cathedral' souvenir guide, by Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers Ltd.

Hereford Cathedral

By (author) Hereford Cathedral


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  • Attractive guide to one of England’s finest treasure houses
  • Beautiful photography and accessible guide presents objects of national significance, such as the Mappa Mundi and a copy of the Magna Carta
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Hereford Cathedral, with its origins in the seventh century, is one of the oldest cathedral foundations in England and retains a warmth and intimacy all its own. Its two patron saints, the martyred Saxon King Ethelbert and the Norman Bishop Thomas Cantilupe, brought medieval pilgrims and their votive offerings, greatly increasing the cathedral’s revenues. This led both to a series of ambitious building projects such as the fine 13th-century Lady Chapel, and to the accumulation of some rare treasures, including the famed Mappa Mundi, a copy of the Magna Carta, the medieval Cantilupe shrine and a 17th-century chained library.

This richly illustrated guide offers a readable and informative introduction to the buildings, treasures and history of one of England’s lesser-known cathedrals.

Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers
23rd Mar 2023
Paperback / softback
250 mm x 210 mm
40 Pages
70 color
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