The arches of the Galilee Chapel at Durham Cathedral.

Hereford Cathedral

The nave of Hereford Cathedral showing the rounded arches of the Norman period above which are the pointed arches and elaborate rib vaulting of 14th century Gothic.

The nave of Hereford Cathedral, 11th century onwards, (For more information about the building see Paradox Place).

This view of the nave shows the Romanesque arches of the Norman building at the lower level, but later gothic architecture above. The pointed arches and elaborate ribbed vaulting of gothic architecture seen in the ceiling of this nave developed from the first successful attempt to use both at Durham Cathedral.