Just outside St. Mary Magdalen Church on Burgate Street in Canterbury is an old heraldic memorial which has been protected from the elements by being enclosed in a "box" with glass walls and a solid roof.
(Unfortunately, the glass makes the monument harder to see in photographs, as it reflects the sky and buildings behind me. Sorry about that!)
There is a plaque nearby which explains a little of the history of the monument, its placement, and its restoration in May 1977:
On the monument itself is a carved tablet:
A translation of the text was made by David J. Shaw in 2013 which has been uploaded to the web:
But of course if was the heraldry which most attracted me to this impressive monument.