Apart from his famous designs for Blenheim Palace and Castle Howard, Nicholas Hawksmoor is best known for his London city churches. The kinaesthetic tradition of describing a building in the order a visitor experiences it is in the context of this essay the most interesting tradition that Eusebius adopted. The High Church was a trend within the Anglican Church that emphasized the importance of the experience of the worshipper. In 1710, the roof of the parish church St Alphege in Greenwich collapsed. The parishioners requested money from Parliament to rebuild their church. Bingham's Origines Ecclesiasticae included a description of an early Christian church and printed a plan based on Eusebius' panegyric of the church at Tyre. Hawksmoor created a mix of centralized and longitudinal design. It was a complex answer to a difficult problem. But with the difficult demands on his design he adopted a visual language to create a staged experience for the visitor.