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  View of the Nave, All Hallows by the Tower, London, England   All Hallows by the Tower.

The Nave.

Following their execution on Tower Hill, numerous beheaded bodies were brought into the church including those of Thomas More, Bishop John Fisher and Archbishop Laud.

It has been enlarged and rebuilt several times between the 11th century and 15th centuries.

 

 

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  View of a Saxon Arch, Church of All Hallows by the Tower, Tower Hill, London, England   All Hallows by the Tower.

This stone arch is part of the original Saxon church which was built in 675. It is known to have been built on the site of a Roman building.

 

 

 

 

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  Photograph of a Roman tessellated pavement, All Hallows by the Tower, Tower Hill, London, England   All Hallows by the Tower.

This Roman tessellated pavement would have been part of the Roman building over which this church was built. It can now be seen in the undercroft.

 

 

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  Photograph of the Saxon Crypt, All Hallows by the Tower, Tower Hill, London, England   All Hallows by the Tower.

The Saxon Undercroft. The altar in the chapel at the end is of plain stone from the castle of King Richard I at Athlit in The Holy Land.

 

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