Medieval gate located on St. Peter’s Street. The entrance width measured 2.6m wide.
1236 Blackfriar’s Monastery founded.
1984 Watching Brief.
References & Bibliography.
Bennet. P. 2018. Blackfriar’s Gate. Available at https://www.hillside.co.uk/arch/blackfriars.html.
Canterbury Historical and Archaeological Society. Blackfriars. Available at http://www.canterbury-archaeology.org.uk/blackfriars/4590809453.
Cross. F. W., & Hall. J. R. 1882. Rambles Round Old Canterbury. Cross & Jackman.
Hastead. E. 1801. The History of the city of Canterbury and of the Cathedral and Priory of Christ-Church, and of the Archbishopric; with the lives of the Archbishops and dignitaries of that church: of the Archdeaconry, with the lives of the archdeacons of the Diocese, and of the Monastery of St. Augustine, etc, Volume 1. W. Bristow.
Summerly. F. 1843. Handbook for the City of Canterbury. Henry Ward.