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Guidebook: Wenlock Priory

Guidebook: Wenlock Priory

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Overview

The beautiful ruins of Wenlock Priory have a colourful history, beginning in the 7th century when St Milburge became abbess and brought Wenlock fame through the miracles she performed. In the 11th century, French monks were brought to Wenlock and it was refounded as a priory subject to the Abbey of Cluny in Burgundy. There are many tales of the great wealth amassed by corrupt abbots and connections with several kings and queens.

The grandeur of the site in its heyday is illustrated in this guidebook with stunning photography, reconstruction drawings and plans that supplement the detailed text.

Key Features:

  • 24 pages
  • Paperback
  • Published in 2016 (revised reprint)


Author: Julie Pinnell
ISBN: 9781850747352

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