Cathedrals of which a large portion of the architecture is Norman.
An illustrated report by Kevin Blockley and Paul Bennett on the discovery by the Canterbury Archaeological Trust of remains of the Anglo-Saxon cathedral. Plan and reconstruction drawing.
Official guide to Carlisle Cathedral, founded in 1122, and one of the smallest cathedrals in England.
The official web-site includes some images.
Attractive official site for this magnificent Norman Cathedral, founded in 673 as a monastery by a Saxon princess. History and interactive map with photographs and details. Visitor information.
The official site for this magnificent Romanesque and Gothic building supplies a gallery of expandable photographs and a description, outline history and bibliography.
The official site of the cathedral built as an abbey in 1118. An outstanding example of Norman architecture, with later additions. History, features and funding appeal.
The official site provides a photograph, history, significant dates and visitor information
The official site has a brief history and an interactive map, coloured to show dated building phases, which leads to photographs and details.
Resources for Learning in Scotland prepared this database on the Norse cathedral begun in 1137: its history and present use. Includes audio and video clips.
Journalist Sigurd Towrie provides a lively, illustrated history in 'Orkneyjar' of the cathedral founded in 1137 by Earl Rognvald Kolsson in memory of his sainted great-uncle Earl Magnus.
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