Old St Paul's Cathedral
|Caption||Old St Paul's Cathedral. London's present St Paul's Cathedral was preceded by a Norman building, part of whose arches are shown on the left. Around the cathedral must have been an open area, for contemporary writers complain that it was plagued by wild dogs (below) who were both quarrelsome and fierce by nature. Original artwork for illustration on p22 of Look and Learn issue no 762 (21 August 1976).|
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