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A photograph from inside the reconstructed cell St Julian's Church, Norwich showing the altar in the new chapel. (Website 8)  

A photograph from inside the reconstructed cell St Julian's Church, Norwich showing the altar in the new chapel. (Website 8)  

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... examples highlight that the naming of these places can be misleading and inaccurate, which I shall discuss in Section 4.5. Julian's Cell, St Julian's Church, Norwich, is a chapel rebuilt on the side of the church as a reconstruction of the original cell which was destroyed by Henry VIII at dissolution of the monasteries (see Figure 4). The modern chapel shows none of the windows that would have been there in medieval period; however as it is built on the medieval foundations, it is in the exact place that Julian's cell would have stood. ...

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