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© Mr David Black

IoE Number: 49669
Photographer: Mr David Black
Date Photographed: 28 May 2004
Date listed: 07 February 1952
Date of last amendment: 07 February 1952
Grade I

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1.PETERBOROUGH1500PRECINCTSBishop's PalaceTL 1998 NW 1/107.2.52.

1. PETERBOROUGH 1500 PRECINCTS Bishop's Palace TL 1998 NW 1/10 7.2.52. I 2. Originally the Abbot's House. Present building mainly Victorian Gothic, but features of various dates survive. 2 mid Cl3 undercrofts survive. The larger is of 2 naves divided by circular piers with moulded capitals. Smaller room also has rib vaulting, the east window being an original slit lancet, Stepped butress. Solar wing at right anglo to the Hall wing with 2 late perpendicular oriel windows facing north, 1 with the rebus of Abbot Kirkton, the room being knovm as Heaven's Gate Chamber. Triple shaft on a corbel late C12, is a survival of the Monk's kitchen. VCH VOL II, Northants. NMR.

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