About Divinity School, Oxford
The Divinity School at the University of Oxford is a medieval building located on the campus of the University of Oxford in England.
It is one of the oldest surviving parts of the university, dating back to the 15th century, and is widely regarded as one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in the world.
Originally built as a place for lectures and discussions on theology, the Divinity School is now used for a variety of academic purposes, including as an examination hall and for special events such as concerts and lectures.
The building is famous for its intricate vaulted ceiling, adorned with carved bosses depicting scenes from the Bible and other religious motifs. It is considered a masterpiece of medieval craftsmanship and has been a source of inspiration for artists and architects for centuries.
Today, the Divinity School is part of the Bodleian Libraries, which is the main research library of the University of Oxford and one of the oldest and most prestigious libraries in Europe.