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Archive : Chichester & Arundel

Chichester is home to one of England's smaller cathedrals.

Chichester Cross (1477) The Cross The Cross' vault
The bishop's palace Cathedral gate Cathedral gate
South transept of the cathedral The cathedral The spire was rebuilt by Sir George Gilbert Scott after it collapsed in 1861
The west front The cloister The cloister
The curious bell tower The nave (towards the west front) The quire
The Arundel Screen Organ in the crossing The lady chapel
The nave St. Clement's Chapel
The tomb of the 10th Earl of Arundel The tomb of Bishop Sherburne St. Clement's Chapel
Henry VIII The Tudor paintings The choir stalls
The treasury Pub, former church The Guildhall

Arundel is the seat of the Dukes of Norfolk, the ancient and famously recusant family. The Catholic cathedral was commissioned by the 15th duke and designed by Joseph Hansom, who also designed the Holy Name in Manchester and the Hansom cab.

Arundel Castle
Arundel Castle The motte Arundel Castle
The chapel The great hall The library
Cadaver tomb of John, the 7th Earl of Arundel Deeply strange renaissance tomb of Thomas, 10th Earl of Arundel (by Lord Lumley?) The Fitzalan Chapel, mausoleum of the Dukes of Norfolk (the central tomb is that of Thomas the 5th Earl of Arundel and his wife Beatrice, daughter of John I of Portugal, who in turn is buried at Batalha)
Arundel (Catholic) Cathedral The cathedral chevet (a French feature largely unknown in England) Tomb of William, the 9th Earl of Arundel
The organ The nave The south transept
The north transept The nave The cathedral
The cathedral Arundel Arundel