Monument record MLI40002 - Unscheduled parts of Tupholme Abbey


Unscheduled parts of Tupholme Abbey

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PRN 40002 The scheduled area of Tupholme Abbey does not cover the full extent of the site. The area marked on the map includes fishponds north and south-west of the scheduled area. There is also the possibility that the gateway exists which is now being ploughed out, partly within the scheduled area. {1}{2}{3}{4}{5}{6} It is suggested that there is a relationship between Tupholme Abbey and the nearby conjectured causeway, possibly dating as far back as the Bronze Age (44508). {8}

Sources/Archives (8)

  •  Map: OS. 1983. OS 1:10000 SERIES. -.
  •  Aerial Photograph: John A. East. 1978-80. John East Collection of Aerial Photographs. 5.3.78:1085,1978, .
  •  Bibliographic Reference: William Page (ed). 1906. The Victoria County History: Lincolnshire - Volume 2. VOL 2 P 206-7.
  •  Bibliographic Reference: D. Knowles and R.N. Hadcock. 1953. Medieval Religious Houses: England and Wales - First Edition. -.
  •  Bibliographic Reference: ST JOSEPH, J.K.S.. 1952. MONASTIC SITES FROM THE AIR. P 172-3 & ILLUS.
  •  Scheduling Record: HBMC. AM 107. -.
  •  Aerial Photograph: ST JOSEPH, J.K.S.. 1945-79. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY COLLECTION. BR92 AO:LPP:63:116.
  •  Article in Monograph: David Stocker and Paul Everson. 2003. ‘The Straight and Narrow Way: Fenland Causeways and the Conversion of the Landscape in the Witham Valley, Lincolnshire’, in The Cross Goes North: Processes of Conversion in Northern Europe, AD300-1300. pp.271-88.



Grid reference Centred TF 1441 6819 (371m by 518m)

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Record last edited

Mar 21 2021 8:35PM


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