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Surrey Archaeological Society (2016) Surrey Archaeological Collections [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor]

The home estate, granges and smaller properties of Waverley Abbey


Although the available histories of Waverley Abbey give a reasonable amount of information about the abbey itself there is little information in their pages about its granges and other properties. The larger properties are usually listed but the reader is not informed of their locations or the extent of their boundaries and the majority of the smaller properties are not mentioned at all. Waverley Abbey is important as Britain's first Cistercian monastery, yet far less is known about it than the later, richer, foundations. The aim of this paper is to define the locations and extent of the abbey's properties enabling a review and analysis of the archaeological evidence present that was not previously possible.

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