With over 240 colour photographs, this book celebrates all the fascinating and diverse cathedrals, both Anglican and Roman Catholic, to be found on English soil. It covers all 63 cathedrals, from Truro in Cornwall to Carlisle near the Scottish border. Written by an expert in church history and design, the text sheds light on the cathedrals' evolving architectural styles and changing roles through the centuries.
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Tim Tatton Brown has been an archaeologist for more than 30 years, during which time he has gained an intimate knowledge of numerous English cathedrals. He has acted as a consultant to Canterbury, Chichester, Rochester and Salisbury cathedrals - as well as to the two 'royal peculiars' of Westminster Abbey and St George's Chapel, Windsor - and is also the author of Great cathedrals of' Britain (BBC). John Crook, a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and an honorary research fellow of Reading University, is an independent architectural historian and a professional architectural and topographical photographer. Recent commissions include architectural photography in Jerusalem and a major new illustrated history of Winchester Cathedral.