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Investigations at Wayneflete's Tower, Esher


Evaluation at Wayneflete's Tower, Esher, Surrey, the former gatehouse of the 15th century palace of Esher built by William Wayneflete, Bishop of Winchester, was undertaken by Channel 4's Time Team. The results have allowed a better understanding of the building complex to be established. Documentary evidence and the results from 19th century excavations were also used in conjunction with the information recovered from the Time Team geophysical survey and trial trench evaluation. Dendrochronological dating of timbers from Wayneflete's Tower provided a felling date range of 1462-72, which corresponds with a period that master mason John Cowper was believed to be working at Esher.

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