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Description: Archway from St Denys Priory, in the Grounds of Tudor House Museum, Situated to South of the Rear Wa
Date Listed: 8 October 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 135746
OS Grid Reference: SU4182811277
OS Grid Coordinates: 441828, 111277
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8995, -1.4066
1. BUGLE STREET
5239 (west side)
St Denys Priory, in
the grounds of Tudor
House Museum, situated
to south of the rear
wall of King John's
SU 4111 3/54
C14. An archway from St Denys Priory which was originally founded by Henry I
for Austin Canons about 1124 and rebuilt after the French raid of 1338. This
was re-erected from its original site near Priory Avenue. Stone rubble wall
having pointed arch with drip moulding (see also remains of the Priory of
St Denys in the back garden of Nos 1 and 2 Priory Avenue, (q.v.) and Church
of St Denys, St Denys Road (q.v.).
Listing NGR: SU4186211222
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Source: English Heritage
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