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Much more than any other Lincoln monument, Lincoln Cathedral has been studied by a battalion of scholars for more than 200 years. Between 1998 and 2001 the Cathedral commissioned a Conservation Plan, which summarises the academic background for every aspect of its heritage. It establishes relative importance for very conceivable aspect of the Cathedral's fittings and fabric and it points clearly to the research priorities and methodologies which should guide work here in future. Consequently, to avoid unnecessary duplication, here the user is simply referred to the larger study (ed. Gibbs, 2001).
The RAZ is bounded by the footprint of the Cathedral itself and the cloister and chapter house to the north.