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St Martin's Church, near Canterbury, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Canterbury Print

St Martin's Church, near Canterbury, 1844. Creator: Unknown

St Martin's Church, near Canterbury, 1844. Proceeding westward, from the ruins of St. Augustine's Monastery, we reached the brow of a hill upon which stands the venerable church of St. Martin-in-the- fields, celebrated as the building in which Queen Bertha is said to have had the service of religion performed to herself and her Christian attendants, by her chaplain Luidhard, before the arrival of the Roman missionary. Here also Augustine first performed mass, and King Ethelbert is said to have worshipped'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Conduit House, St Augustines Abbey IC091_018 Featured Canterbury Print

Conduit House, St Augustines Abbey IC091_018

ST AUGUSTINE'S ABBEY, Canterbury, Kent. Cut-away reconstruction drawing by Peter Urmston, depicting the water supply Conduit House for St Augustine's Abbey, as it may have appeared after its construction in the mid-twelfth century. The Conduit House was situated on St Martin's Hill to the north-east of the Abbey

© Historic England Archive

Fair Maid of Kent - The Black Princes Chantry, Canterbury Featured Canterbury Print

Fair Maid of Kent - The Black Princes Chantry, Canterbury

Joan of Kent ), known as The Fair Maid of Kent - the mother of King Richard II of England - ceiling boss in the Huguenot Chapel (Black Prince's Chantry), Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England. The Black Princes Chantry was set up at the time of his marriage to Joan of Kent. In 1575, the Crypt was given over to Huguenot refugees from France and Flanders on order of Queen Elizabeth I. Some 300 years later, the Crypt was taken back, but the Chantry remained at the disposal of the Huguenot community and to this day, a French Service is held here every Sunday at 3pm. Date: circa 1910s