Parfitt, K. (2008). An unknown medieval site, possibly a manorial chapel, at Crabble, Dover. Archæologia Cantiana 128. Vol 128, pp. 17-33.

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An unknown medieval site, possibly a manorial chapel, at Crabble, Dover
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Archæologia Cantiana 128
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Archæologia Cantiana
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128
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464
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17 - 33
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Reports the excavation of two masonry structures, and associated pits, on the site of the former Crabble Paper Mill. One of these was of high-quality stone construction, and it is suggested that it represents either a manorial or a wayside chapel. (PP-B)
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Keith Parfitt
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2008
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Masonry Structures (Auto Detected Subject))
Chapel Ppb (Auto Detected Subject))
Pits (Auto Detected Subject))
Manorial Chapel (Auto Detected Subject))
Medieval (MIDAS)
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03 May 2010