It is believed that this was the "Cathedra" of St. Wilfrid himself.
"Northumberland Yesterday and To-day" by Jean F. Terry
De Identitate Cathedrae S. Petri p. XX.
"The Ceremonies of the Holy-Week at Rome" by Charles Michael Baggs
I am tired of your ex-cathedra statements and your self-sufficiency.
"Possessed" by Cleveland Moffett
Orthodoxy ruled the cathedra.
"Hymns and Hymnwriters of Denmark" by Jens Christian Aaberg
We may also note here that when a bishop's official seat or throne (cathedra) was placed in a church, it thereby became a cathedral church.
"Education in England in the Middle Ages" by Albert William Parry
He rested in a cathedra, and contemplated his neighbor as distantly as he had the night before.
"Saul of Tarsus" by Elizabeth Miller
The latter was, however, only an ex-poet, not ex-officio, nor ex-cathedra, but ex-post facto.
"Under the Stars and Bars" by Walter A. Clark