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Title: The Luffield Priory Grange at Monksbarn, Whittlebury, Northamptonshire.
Authors: Jones, Richard
First Published: 2002
Publisher: Northamptonshire Archaeological Society
Citation: Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2002, 30, pp. 126-139.
Abstract: The origins and development of the monastic demesne of Monksbarn can be traced in eighteen documents contained in the Luffield Priory cartulary. These provide valuable information regarding the nature of the agricultural resources of the grange, its general location and size. Cartographic analysis and archaeological fieldwork has allowed the site of the grange and its lands to be accurately identified and the arrangement of landuse to be defined..
ISSN: 0305-4659
Type: Article
Description: This is the author's final draft of the paper published as Northamptonshire Archaeology, 2002, 30, pp. 126-139. This material is posted here with the permission of the Northamptonshire Archaeological Society. The final version is available from
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