Stopford, J. and Wright, S. M. (1998). A group of late medieval inscribed tiles from Bordesley Abbey. Antiq J 78. Vol 78, pp. 307-322.

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A group of late medieval inscribed tiles from Bordesley Abbey
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Antiq J 78
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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London
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78
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307 - 322
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Presents a group of unusually large, rectangular ceramic tiles that were excavated from the abbey church. The tiles were handmade locally, using the sgraffiato technique with inscriptions in English. The tiles are thought to have originally been used in the late-fifteenth or early-sixteenth century over a grave in the retrochoir.
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Jennifer Stopford
Susan M Wright ORCID icon
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1998
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Rectangular Ceramic Tiles (Auto Detected Subject))
Medieval (MIDAS)
Abbey Church (Auto Detected Subject))
Tiles (Auto Detected Subject))
Inscribed Tiles (Auto Detected Subject))
Grave (Auto Detected Subject))
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20 Jan 2002