The Faversham Magna Carta and Rochester’s medieval document ‘Textus Roffensis’ will be on display together in Rochester Cathedral from 10th October to 6th December 2015.
These important historical documents will be on display in the Lady Chapel as part of the Magna Carta Rediscovered touring Exhibition celebrating the 800th Anniversary of the Magna Carta.
The Faversham Magna Carta dates from the 1300’s and is predated by Rochester Cathedral’s own Textus Roffensis, a book of Law Codes which includes King Henry I’s Coronation Charter, itself dating from the 1120’s.
Make sure you visit Rochester Cathedral to see these two historic documents together, the only location they will be viewed side by side.
Please note that groups must book in advance: email@example.com or tel:01634 843366.
Please also be aware that there will be occasions when the exhibition will be closed to the public due to special services and events. Some of the closure dates are listed below:
- Sunday 11th October – closed all day.
- Wednesday 21 October – exhibition closing at 3pm
- Saturday 31 October – closed all morning, opening at 1pm
- Wednesday 18 November – closed all day.
- Saturday 21 November – closed all morning, opening at 1pm