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

Title

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

Subject

Archaeology

Description

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).

Creator

Jonathan Dore

Date

c.600

Date Created

2010-08-30

Files

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

Citation

Jonathan Dore, “East end of St Pancras's Chapel, St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury,” Woruldhord, accessed December 13, 2018, http://poppy.nsms.ox.ac.uk/woruldhord/items/show/388.

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