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User / Paul Anthony Moore / Sets / Nackington, Kent
Paul Anthony Moore / 11 items

N 3 B 229 C 9 E Feb 22, 2011 F Feb 21, 2011
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St Mary the Virgin in the tiny hamlet of Nackington is a small church located just outside Canterbury. The foundations of the church were established sometime after the Norman invasion of Britain and even today original windows from the period can be found in place. The glass dates from ca. 1180 (only a few years after the Becket was murdered) and was once in Canterbury Cathedral.

N 1 B 821 C 7 E Feb 5, 2011 F Feb 5, 2011
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St Mary the Virgin in the tiny hamlet of Nackington is a small church located just outside Canterbury. The foundations of the church were established sometime after the Norman invasion of Britain and even today original windows from the period can be found in place. Of interest inside the church is a fine seated figure of St Thomas a Becket who is flanked by King Henry II and the French King Louis VIII.

N 2 B 414 C 4 E Feb 5, 2011 F Feb 5, 2011
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St Mary the Virgin in the tiny hamlet of Nackington is a small church located just outside Canterbury. The foundations of the church were established sometime after the Norman invasion of Britain and even today original windows from the period can be found in place. Of interest inside the church is a fine seated figure of St Thomas a Becket who is flanked by King Henry II and the French King Louis VIII.


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