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Chichester Cathedral (Image by Evgeniy Podkopaev from Wikimedia Commons) Chichester Cathedral (Image by Evgeniy Podkopaev from Wikimedia Commons)

In 681, Saint Wilfrid brought a mission to spread Christianity to Sussex and established a cathedral in Selsey just south of Chichester. After the Conquest of 1066, it was Norman policy to move cathedrals from small communities to larger population centers. In 1075, the Council of London founded the See of Chichester and a year later the building of the present cathedral began under Bishop Stigand who was the last Bishop of Selsey. Construction was completed and the building was dedicated in 1108 by Bishop Luffa. After a devastating fire in 1114, Luffa restored the cathedral, extending it to the west. There was another destructive fire in 1187 that destroyed much of the town along with the timber roof and the arcade stonework.

During the restoration, stone vaulting was introduced to replace the wooden ceiling and support was given from the…

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