Draco Basilica (40 Years of Alchemy)

Chalisbury Cathedral, like so many of Britain’s sanctified houses both great and small, was built, beginning in the reign of Henry I in around 1120, upon a hilltop known as Agnis Tump, once a sacred Neolithic site.

The legend says that in times of great threat, a fiery dragon would arise from the bowls of the mound to protect the ancient, loyal tribes people of the area.

In more recent times of strife, this extraordinary creature has been seen clambering atop the pinnacles of the Minster.