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Bishop Wulfstan was canonized in Together with St.

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Many pilgrims visited these shrines throughout the Middle Ages, including King John. When King John died in , his request was to be buried in Worcester. The cathedral was damaged by fire in and required restoration. Prince Llewellyn of Wales was married to Eleanor of Montfort at the door of the cathedral in The rebuilding of the nave was begun in and in , the present tower was completed.

A magnificent north porch was built in When Arthur Tudor, Prince of Wales died in , he was buried in the cathedral. A Chantry to hold his tomb was constructed and finished in During this time, the shrines of St. Oswald and St. Wulfstan were destroyed. Their bones were covered in lead and buried near the High Altar of the Cathedral. Queen Elizabeth I visited the cathedral in She was entertained with music and then processed under a canopy to the choir where she viewed the tombs of King John and her uncle Prince Arthur Tudor.

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Much of the cathedral was damaged by the Parliamentarians during the Civil War from to A major program of repair was begun after the Restoration of the Monarchy. From the late seventeenth until the nineteenth centuries, there were several campaigns to restore parts of the cathedral. The building had its largest program of restoration under the Victorians from to Queen Elizabeth II visited in and another major restoration project was begun in and was completed in Pingback: Arthur Tudor, Prince of Wales. Like Like. Look at that architecture! Reblogged this on The Darkness in the Light.

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