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Mr Monkey in Southwark Cathedral

"That's 2000 years of history in one big hole, that is"

Mr Monkey looking down Lancelot's Link Mr Monkey looking the exposed archeaology of the cathedral

To the north of the cathedral are the cathedral's Millennium buildings, seperated from the church by an enclosed street called Lancelot's Link. It's named after Bishop Lancelot Andrewes, who worked on the King James Bible. Mr Monkey scampered down the Link, to examine the open trench at the end. Here he could look down on a medieval stone coffin, a bit of Roman road, some medieval priory foundations, parts of a Flemish kiln, and some 19th century pipes. Then Mr Monkey scampered out of the cathedral.

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