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© 1986-2020 by Eric Boutilier-Brown Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Lavatorium, Gloucester Cathedra

Gloucester Cathedral stands on the site of an early monastery established in 678 or 679. The present abbey church was created between 1072 and 1104 as a part of a Benedictine monastery. Gloucester is one of 6 former monasteries that were re-founded as cathedrals in the period of Henry VIII. The Benedictine monks would have washed here in preparation for Mass. Digital, fourteen image exposure blend, two image stitch