Author: G. Keevill
A substantial stone wall or foundation was uncovered immediately under the existing paving close to the south-east corner of the transept. The masonry is interpreted as the outer (west) wall of the Cellarer’s Lodgings, a substantial building range that ran fully along the west side of the cloister.
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Keevill, G. (2011) Report on archaeological test pits on the east side of the Tudor gate. Oxfordshire: Keevill Heritage Consultancy.
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Published online: 7th May 2017
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