Description: Church of All Saints,gateways and Attached Walls Approximately 15 Metres North West of Porch
Date Listed: 24 June 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 249844
OS Grid Reference: SP4747808574
OS Grid Coordinates: 447478, 208574
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7738, -1.3133
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10/167 Church of All Saints, gateways
and attached walls approx.
15m. NW of porch
Gateway, formerly postern of Cumnor Place. Late C16. Limestone. Two-centred arch
with trefoiled spandrels, casement-moulded architrave and Roman inscription on
frieze of brattished entablature. Early C19 wall of dressed limestone runs
approx. l0m. to left and joins rubble wall at right angles which runs approx.
l3m. to other gateway dated A.D.1570; two-centred arch, moulded architrave and
cornice. The doorways were moved to Wytham from Cumnor Place, demolished 1811 -
see Church of All Saints (q.v.), Wytham.
Listing NGR: SP4748308587
Source: English Heritage
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