posted on Feb, 10 2003 @ 11:07 PM
This one I knew about, but I didn't believe the 80ft. remark completely, I thought it was a tad bit over-stated, in fact it's almost 90 feet and the
highest point in the chapel is 355.5 feet!
Purportedly built at first in wood (originally the bishop of london was elsewhere since 300s on) by freemasons in 604AD
But that I can't really verify any other way, and don't want to bother to
But in 1600s, after the Cathedral had again burned down, it was rebuilt to its grand scale now by Freemason Christopher Wren.
This Cathedral is even more amazing than the Rosslyn Chapel
PS Guess this is pretty forward and just informational, not much room for discussion unless someone has some evidence saying Christopher Wren wasn't
a freemason, or any info on its constructions in the 600s.
[Edited on 11-2-2003 by FreeMason]