Cook, M. and Hancocks, A., (n.d.). Salvage Recording at The Almonry, Evesham.

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Salvage Recording at The Almonry, Evesham
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6
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A salvage recording was undertaken at the Almonry Museum, Evesham. It recorded the partial remains of the former extent of a monastic Almonry, which survived as the lowest courses of a stone wall. The wall appeared to have been complementary to the remains of another wall recorded by a previous evaluation. Other remains included a boundary wall constructed in parts of architectural fragments, which were presumed to have originated from the nearby Abbey. [AIP]
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Martin Cook
Annette Hancocks
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Date Of Coverage From: 01 Date Of Coverage To: 01 Editorial Expansion: Site name: THE ALMONRY, EVESHAM
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Investigation type: Post-determination/Research
District: Wychavon
Monument: WALL. Post-medieval (1540-1901), WALL. Medieval (1066-1540), [finds]. Post-medieval (1540-1901)
Ngr: SP03574365
Parish: Evesham
Postcode: WR114BQ
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Archaeological Investigations Project (AIP)
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19 Jan 2009