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The masonic significance, if any, to this carving will probably be more in the eye of the beholder than in the plan of the artist.
Peterborough Cathedral, the seat of the Bishop of Peterborough, was founded in the Saxon period, although the architecture is mainly Norman following a rebuilding in the 12th century. The Cathedral is known for its Early English Gothic west facade which, with its three enormous arches, is "without architectural precedent and with no direct successor".

Printed from an undated glass negative, circa 1900, donated by Richard Pateman Wallis who affiliated with Concord Lodge No. 79 on 26 May 1914 from St. Peter's Lodge No. 442, Peterborough, England.

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