Author: GSB Prospection LTD
Structural remains are clearly visible in the data from the lawns to the south-east of the Old Deanery, with a well-defined room layout, assumed to be part of the medieval infirmary. In addition, structures further out which lie on, or adjacent to, the line of the Roman wall have also been identified. On the lawn immediately adjacent to the Old Deanery the potential for structural remains seems high in two orientations perpendicular to one another and a tentative interpretation is that these form part of an infirmary cloister.
To cite this work:
GSB Prospection (2007) GPR Survey of the Old Deanery Garden area of the Precincts, Rochester Cathedral. GSB Survey No. 2010/59. Rochester: Rochester Cathedral Research Guild.
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