Archaeology at Glastonbury Abbey on-line

Trustees of Glastonbury Abbey, 2007 (updated 2010)

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The Great Church

Introduction

North-east Pier: East end of choir, Glastonbury Abbey

Three massive baulks of masonry survive from the nave and transepts of the great church of Glastonbury Abbey. Detailed study of these survivals in the course of recent conservation work has shown that they embody an enormous amount of information about the building of the church after the fire at the abbey in 1184, and about subsequent changes to the fabric. This report, illustrated by line drawings, presents that evidence in detail.