1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cantebury

    The Roman Museum houses an in situ mosaic pavement dating from around ... Canterbury City F.C. reformed in 2007 as a community interest company and

    • Population: 55,240 (2011)
    • District: Canterbury
    • Region: South East
    • Shire county: Kent
  2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augustine_of_Canterbury

    Augustine of Canterbury ... in 1973 the remains of an aisled building dating from the Romano-British period were uncovered just south of the present Canterbury ...

    • Successor: Laurence of Canterbury
    • Buried: St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury
    • Predecessor: None
    • Canonized: Pre-Congregation
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  9. https://www.britannica.com/topic/Canterbury-Cathedral

    Canterbury Cathedral: At Canterbury the crypt (dating from 1100) forms a large and complex church, with apse and chapels, and the extreme east end, under Trinity chapel, is famous as the original burial place of Thomas Becket.

  10. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Canterbury_Tales

    The question of whether The Canterbury Tales is a finished work has not been answered to date. There are 84 manuscripts and four incunable (printed before c 1540) editions of the work, dating from the late medieval and early Renaissance periods, more than for any other vernacular literary text with the exception of The Prick of Conscience.

    • Publication date: 1387
    • Author: Geoffrey Chaucer
    • Original title: Tales of Caunterbury
    • Country: England