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Location address: United Kingdom, Oxford
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The Chapel of Brasenose College, Oxford, was built during the seventeenth century, during Brasenose’s second wave of building started under the Principalship of Samuel Radcliffe. It is believed to have replaced an earlier Chapel where the Senior Common Room now is, and includes items of silverware from around the date of foundation. The Chapel is in a mixture of architectural styles – Gothic, neoclassical, and baroque – and has not proven uncontroversial for this reason. The current chaplain is The Reverend Graeme Richardson.