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S.E. View of St. Alphege Church, Greenwich
The parish church of Greenwich commemorates Alfege (the normal modern spelling), Archbishop of Canterbury, who having been captured by Viking raiders was taken to their camp at Greenwich and murdered there after a drunken feast in 1012.
R. H. Best
Original size: 198 mm x 221 mm
- Image reference: PU2236
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London