On the Architectural History of Ely Cathedral

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J. Van Voorst, 1868 - 296 pages
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Page 128 - III. and his Queen Philippa, in whose time the building was erected. It is likely enough that they were so. Heads, closely resembling them, are to be seen in other churches of that age. On the southeast arch, are the heads of a bishop and a priest; perhaps meant for bishop Hotham and prior Crauden. Opposite to this, on the north-west arch, are the heads of another priest, apparently younger, and of some secular person in long hair. Who would not be glad to be convinced, that the former was a resemblance...
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