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East end of St Pancras's Chapel, St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury

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The abbey complex of St Augustine, founded by the missionary outside Canterbury's city walls, contained three churches, of which this is the easternmost. The surviving sections, which clearly re-use brick from former Roman buildings, include the complete arch of the east window (though the arch itself is clearly late medieval).

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Date Created

30/08/2010

Date

c.600

Temporal Coverage

600-700

Creator

Jonathan Dore

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