Preaching at St Paul's Cross, 16th Century, preaching cross and open-air pulpit, in the grounds of Old St Paul's Cathedral, City of London
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Dimensions:3213 x 2369 px | 27.2 x 20.1 cm | 10.7 x 7.9 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:28 June 2018
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Illustration from Cassell's Century Edition History of England, pub circa 1901. by John Fulleylove (1845-1908) Info from wiki: St Paul's Cross (alternative spellings – "Powles Crosse") was a preaching cross and open-air pulpit in the grounds of Old St Paul's Cathedral, City of London. It was the most important public pulpit in Tudor and early Stuart England, and many of the most important statements on the political and religious changes brought by the Reformation were made public from here. The pulpit stood in 'the Cross yard', the open space on the north-east side of St. Paul's Churchyard, adjacent to the row of buildings that would become the home of London's publishing and book-selling trade