2 edition of Excavations on the site of the Dominican Friary at Guildford in 1974 and 1978 found in the catalog.
Excavations on the site of the Dominican Friary at Guildford in 1974 and 1978
|Statement||by Rob Poulton and Humphrey Woods ; with amajor contribution by J. Henderson and additional contributions by M. Archibald ... [et al.].|
|Series||Research volume / Surrey Archaeological Society -- 9|
An Excavation near the Dominican Friary at Dunstable by I. M. Stead In the Manshead Archaeological Society started an excavation in Friary Field, Dunstable (TL ), after a length of wall and a tiled oven had been found in a drainage trench. Nearby the site of a Dominican Friary had been recorded and excavated in and (Bagshawe &. (). Excavation Report: St M ary's Church. Excavations on the site o f the Dominican Friary at Guildford in and Research Volume o f the Surrey Archaeological Society Guildhall, London 70 Excavated by the Museum o f London Archaeology Service. ().
Excavations in and revealed traces of the friary ‘de Ordine Martyrum’ which received permission to settle in Guildford c It was superseded by a Dominican friary, which was founded by Henry III’s wife, Eleanor of Provence. An almost complete plan of the friary was recovered during excavations. Excavations on the site of the Dominican Friary at Guildford in a Rob Poulton Not in Library. Borrow. , Antiquities, Christian antiquities, Churches, Description, Dominican Friary (Guildford, Surrey), Excavations (Archaeology), Guide-books, Guildford Cathedral (Guildford, Surrey), , 1 book .
Guildford's largest covered shopping centre, The Friary lies on the site of the friary. Excavations on the site of a Late Bronze Age settlement at Cambridge House, Renfrew Road, Kingston upon Thames, Publisher
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Archaeological dig at the Friary site, Onslow Street, Guildford on March 10 (Image: Surrey Advertiser) 13 of 14 The site was once a Dominican Friary, and. Get this from a library. Excavations on the site of the Dominican friary at Guildford in and [Rob Poulton; Humphrey Woods; Surrey Archaeological Society.].
Monasteries -- England -- Guildford (Surrey) England -- Antiquities. Excavations on the site of the Dominican friary at Guildford in and / by Rob Poulton and Humphrey Woods with a major contribution by J. Henderson and additional contributions by M.
Archibald. Before the shopping centre was built, the site of the Friary was excavated in and During these excavations, traces of an earlier building were found under the Dominican building.
The Victoria County History recorded the skepticism of Tanner's description of crossed friars here. This building had pottery dating after Buy Excavations on the Site of the Dominican Friary at Guildford in and by Poulton, Rob, Woods, Humphrey (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Author: Rob Poulton, Humphrey Woods.
A Dominican Friary established in the 13th century and dissolved in Henry VIII constructed a hunting lodge within its precincts. Following the dissolution the King converted the friary into a dwelling to use as an occasional royal resort. Excavations in revealed that the site was subsequently used as a garden.
Guildford Friary; St Catherines Chapel; Farley Hill; WAVERLEY LINE. East Clandon Church; but I have now obtained a copy of the ‘Research Volume of the Surrey Archaeological Society No 9’ titled ‘Excavations on the Site of the Dominican Friary at Guildford in and ′, by Rob Poulton and Humphrey Woods, published by the SAS in.
Excavation of the Friary site started in when members of the Surrey Archaeological Society carried out a dig to try to find out more about the Dominican Friary, which was known to have been. No 9 Excavations on the site of the Dominican Friary at Guildford, &by R Poulton & H Woods.
() £ No 10 Petters Sports Field, Egham, by M O'Connell and S Needham. () £; No 11 Archaeological investigations on the site of Chertsey Abbey, by R Poulton. () £ Research Papers (add £ p&p per volume). Excavations on the site of the Dominican Friary at Guildford, andby R Poulton and H Woods Table of Contents.
Title pages and contents Anon. (pp. i-x) PDF: 1 Mb Summary Chapter 3: Excavations in ROB POULTON (pp ) PDF: 8 Mb Chapter 4: The Human Bone J HENDERSON (pp ) PDF: 17 Mb.
Dominican Friary, Guildford Excavation by R.J. Poulton for SyAS, Guildford Museum and DOE (second season, ; first by H.
Woods). Plan of nave of church (much damaged) and a large number of burials recovered, including that of a young girl in a lead coffin in the church. Poulton, Rob, Woods, Humphrey et al,Excavations on the site of the Dominican Friary at Guildford in and (Research volumes of the Surrey Archaeological Society No.
9) Colvin, H.M., Ransome, D.R. and Summerson, John,The history of the King's Works, Vol. 4: (part 2) (London) p. Title: Excavations on the site of the Dominican Friary at Guildford in and Authors: POULTON, R.
; WOODS, H. ; HENDERSON, J. ; Publication year: Guildford Friary. It has always been interesting to me that the site is on the South Line, being the central spine of the ten degree alignments, but the actual location of the friary is poorly defined on the Ordnance Survey, shown only as a comment ‘Site of friary founded ’, therefore the accuracy of any alignment had been unverified.
The site was built over and occupied by the Friary Brewery from to and finally became The Friary Shopping Centre. Predecessor Ordine Cruciferorum. Before the shopping centre was built, the site of the Friary was excavated in and During these excavations, traces of an earlier building were found under the Dominican building.
Excavations on the site of the Dominican Friary at Guildford in and (Book) 1 edition published in in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
M&G Real Estate Limited is a company registered in England and Wales. Registered Number: Registered Office: 10 Fenchurch Avenue, London EC3M 5AG. Platt, C. and Coleman-Smith, R. Excavations in Medieval SouthamptonVolume 2 The Finds, Leicester. Poulton, R. and Woods, H. Excavation on the site of the Dominican Friary at Guildford in andResearch Volume of Surrey Archaeological Society 9, Guildford.
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The demolition of the Friary Brewery in the late s provided a chance to find the remains of the original medieval Dominican Friary. Excavations between and revealed the entire plan of the Friary. Volunteers from the SyAS helped with the excavations which were run and written up by Rob Poulton of the Surrey County Archaeological.
The friary was on the east bank of the River Wey, north of the High Street at the end of the present Friary Street. On 6 March Edward I granted the Dominican friars a road leading from Guildford to the royal park and forest opposite, across the river, to be enclosed for enlarging their area.New Series of Dig It: Journal of the Flinders Archaeological Society.
Volume 2, Issue 1.FRIARIES THE HOUSE OF DOMINICAN FRIARS OF GUILDFORD. Queen Eleanor of Provence, the widow of Henry III., founded a house of Dominican friars at Guildford, on the east bank of the river, a little to the north of the High Street, on the site where the militia barracks formerly stood, at the end of Friary Street, opposite to the royal park across the river; but the exact date of the.