Haughmond Abbey: Excavation of a 12th-Century Cloister in its Historical and Landscape Context

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Haughmond Abbey: Excavation of a 12th-century cloister in its historical and landscape context - West, Jeffrey J., and Palmer, Nicholas
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Haughmond Abbey was a prosperous house of Augustinian Canons north-east of Shrewsbury. Today it is an extensive ruin in the guardianship of English Heritage. The work reported on had its origins in excavations carried out in and near the cloister in 1975-79, but the scope has been broadened to place the site in its historical, theological, architectural and landscape context. The finds from the excavations and previous clearance work, including significant groups of Romanesque sculpture, funerary monuments, pottery and ...

Haughmond Abbey: Excavation of a 12th-century cloister in its historical and landscape context 2014, Historic England, Swindon

ISBN-13: 9781848020627

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