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Nave of priory church of St Mary and St Blaise, Boxgrove

This church is dedicated to St Mary and to St Blaise, and dates from the early twelfth century. From an entry in the Domesday Book, Boxgrove had the status of a parish and that a church existed before the Norman Conquest. All traces of this have been obliterated by the Priory, which was the daughter house of the Abbey of Lessay in Normandy and the ‘grand-daughter’ of the great Benedictine Abbey of Bec Helouin.

Click here for church website - http://www.boxgrovepriory.co.uk/ and here - http://www.sussexparishchurches.org/spc_V31/west-sussex/22-west-sussex-a-b/344-boxgrove-st-mary-and-st-blaise for a very detailed description of the construction and history of the church.

Copyright: Mike Anton
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11500x5750
Taken: 13/12/2014
Uploaded: 18/12/2014
Updated: 22/11/2016


Tags: church; priory; religion; christianity; historic building; sussex; boxgrove; historical heritage
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