Michael of Canterbury
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Michael of Canterbury (fl. 1275 – 1321) was an English gothic architect responsible for work at Canterbury Cathedral and St Stephen's Chapel, at the Palace of Westminster. He also designed the Cheapside Eleanor Cross.
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- Harvey, John (1950). The Gothic World. Batsford.
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