View of the chapter house, an arcade of three large pointed arches and a small round door, in Beaulieu Abbey
- 1940 - 1962
- Beaulieu Abbey, Beaulieu, New Forest, Hampshire
- Photograph (Negative)
View of the chapter house at the abbey, which includes an arcade of three large pointed arches running left to right, with a small round doorway on the right before the join to an adjacent wall. The ruined walls only reach the top of the arches, and there are low ruin walls in the arches, possibly where windows had been. The abbey was the first Cistercian foindation is the 13th century and founded by King John in 1204. It was dissolved in 1538.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Booty, E M
Medieval Cistercian Abbey
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