Jedburgh Abbey: the archaeology and architecture of a border abbey

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Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 1995 - Architecture - 182 pages
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Jedburgh Abbey has long been acknowledges as one of the finest examples of romanesque architecture in Scoland. Following through excavation of the claustral ranges to the south of the church in 1984, new information came to light regarding the everyday life of the community, from its colonisation to abandonment and revealing the abbey in historical, social and yopographical context.

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The 1984 excavations
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Excavation within the abbey church 1990
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The human burials Richard Grove
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John Lewis is the author of the highly-acclaimed historical thriller Opal Eye Devil. He lives in a quiet Dallas suburb with his wife, Karen, and daughter, Lauryn. Currently, he is at work on his next novel.

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