This feature of English Cathedrals was to facilitate the private saying of the Holy Office by many clergy or monks.
Worcester is also typical of English cathedrals in having a chapter house and cloister.
Its tower in the perpendicular style is described by Alec Clifton-Taylor as "exquisite" The earliest part of the building at Worcester is the multi-columned Norman crypt with cushion capitals remaining from the original monastic church begun by bishop Saint Wulfstan of Worcester in 1084.
Also from the Norman period is the circular chapter house of 1120, made octagonal on the outside when the walls were reinforced in the 14th century.
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His masterpiece is the central tower of 1374, originally supporting a timber, lead-covered spire, now gone.