Every Window Tells a Story by Gerald Colson. It was during the singing of vespers on Tuesday, 29th December 1170 that Thomas Becket, the 38th Archbishop of Canterbury was murdered in his own Cathedral.
This volume brings together the stained glass windows of the late 12th and early 13th centuries in Canterbury Cathedral and translations of the medieval Latin accounts of the miraculous healing at St Thomas' tomb depicted in the famous windows recorded by two monks of Christ Church Priory, Benedict and William.
Dr Gerald Colson is a member of staff at Kent College, Canterbury, where he has taught French and Latin. For some time he was a member of the department of Medieval History and Tudor Studies at the University of Kent, teaching Medieval Latin. In addition, he has been a long-standing guide, steward and member of the Canterbury Cathedral Council, and has contributed articles to the Canterbury Cathedral Chronicle.
187 pages, softback.