Norman Chapel dedicated to St. Clement
The Norman Chapel was built on land
that had previously contained a Saxon cemetery. The chapel (according to Ian
Roberts booklet "
The Elizabethan Chapel dedicated to St. Clement
The Elizabethan Chapel dedicated to St. Clement was built against the curtain wall between 1564 and 1581, Roberts notes that this chapel was constructed over an earlier chapel which was oriented north-west/south-east.
Wood cut image from "Pictorial History of England" vol. II, 1399=1603, by George L. Craik & Charles Mac Farlane, published by Charles Knight & Co.
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