Drawing of St. Julian's Church, Norwich

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Arienne King
by Norfolk Museums
published on 25 April 2019
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St Julian's Church', a lithograph by James Sillett (1764 -1840 CE). This print depicts St. Julian's Church in Norwich, England. The church was built in the Middle Ages, and St. Julian of Norwich (c. 1342 - c. 1416 CE) was likely named after this church where she was anchoress. The church fell into disrepair in later centuries, and was renovated in 1845 before being destroyed by German bombing in 1942. St. Julian's Church has since been rebuilt.

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Museums, N. (2019, April 25). Drawing of St. Julian's Church, Norwich. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/10502/drawing-of-st-julians-church-norwich/

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Museums, Norfolk. "Drawing of St. Julian's Church, Norwich." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified April 25, 2019. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/10502/drawing-of-st-julians-church-norwich/.

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Museums, Norfolk. "Drawing of St. Julian's Church, Norwich." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 25 Apr 2019. Web. 22 Jun 2021.