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ALL SAINTS CHURCH

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Saxon tower. 11th, late 12th, early 13th, 15th, and late 17th centuries, restored in the 19th century. Coursed ironstone and limestone rubble, some ashlar, red brick, ashlar dressings, slate and lead roofs. West tower with circular stair turret to west, nave with north and south aisles, so...

Hadrians Wall in Housesteads Wood

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Excavated and restored by Clayton in the mid-19th century, the Wall was found to have been built to narrow gauge specifications on narrow foundations. Archaeological Comments - Site:12018*0 Any restoration or repair work carried out on the Clayton Wall should be done so under the supervi...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Early Medieval and later mints at Exeter. Coins were minted at Exeter from the reign of Alfred until Edward Is reign, and again from 625-1697.

SWINDON OLD TOWN

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The town is situated on a hill one mile to the south-east of the Great Western Railway Works and Railway Village. Traces of Roman and early Saxon occupation have been identified from excavations, the settlement was first documented in Domesday. A market was first documented in the 13th cen...

ST PETER AND ST PAULS CHURCH

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The church is in an isolated position to the west of the present village, and has a round west tower. It is built of flint, free stone, brick including much roman tile, ironbound conglomerate with a slate roof. The round tower base is Saxo-Norman; the east and west nave walls may also rema...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Excavations revealed a 10th century cemetery with precinct wall. No clear evidence of an associated church was found, but the later church was built on the footings of a 4th century town house, and it is not beyond reason that a timber building could have been erected on the foundations. T...

Barlow, Alleged tumuli-A and B-spoil heaps,C prob tumulus-?rabbit war

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ST ANDREWS CHURCH

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Early English style church of 12th century origin, altered and enlarged in Perpendicular style under the Will of John Camber, a Worcester wool merchant who died in 1497. The church was restored in 1891 by Waller. Built of coursed and squared limestone, and limestone rubble with a stone sla...

CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

An Anglo Saxon doorway of the late 7th and an architectural panel in early 11th century Ringerike style are all that remains of the Saxon church. The nave, South porch and chancel were all rebuilt in the 13th century, the West tower was built 1710-13, and the North aisle was built when the...

Shell Bridge, Stowe Landscape Gardens

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(1) The shell bridge is a dam holding back the Grotto Lake made to look like a pedimented bridge when viewed from the south. The south front is rendered and encrusted with conch shells. The overflow from the upper lake originally ran through channels in the centre and from either side crea...