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In a glazed oak case is one of the Cathedral's rarest possessions, three leaves of a copy of the Gospel written in Mercia during the eighth century.The book is known as the Worcester Gospels and only fragments of it exist, but the lettering stands out clearly from the brown parchment.By the gateway stands the Records Office of the diocese, a building of much interest because it was once the church of St.Michael which stood across the street and was taken down to be set up here for its new role.Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Danes and the Welsh have all sought to capture this prized town.Perversely however, it is the town planners of the twentieth century who have inflicted more damage.Once the figure itself was resplendent with gold and colour and jewelled ornaments but it is now, in the main, grey granite, and the jewels have long since disappeared.

Indeed, the palimpsest imposed upon the urban landscape does, at times, produces some startling surprises.When fires destroyed parts of this great structure, and Wulfstan's tower fell, King John gave 100 marks towards the repairs.Inside the cathedral is an unbroken vista of its high vaulted roof with the pointed arches on their slender pillars stretching east to west for over 400 feet.It still has its fifteenth century bell and possesses one of the most interesting papers in the world - that of the only existing document concerning the marriage of Shakespeare and Ann Hathaway.It is a deed by which, in the Bishop's Court on November 28th, 1682, two farmers of Shottery entered into a bond declaring that there were no lawful impediments against the marriage.Four bishops and seven abbots took part in the elaborate funeral ceremonies, and this chapel was built round the tomb, declared by an old chronicler to be the 'goodliest', best wrought and garnished I ever saw.' The death of Prince Arthur changed the course of English royal and ecclesiastical history.