PRIORY RUINS

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: I

List Entry Number: 1076588

Date first listed: 05-Feb-1955

Statutory Address: PRIORY RUINS, PRIORY ROW

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: PRIORY RUINS, PRIORY ROW

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Coventry (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SP 33490 79109

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Details

1 5105 PRIORY ROW ---------- SP 3379 SW 4/62 5.2.55. Priory Ruins

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2. Scheduled Ancient Monument. Exposed foundations on a sunk plot of ground; converted int a garden and immediatelyadjacent to houses above. Gully the base of the west front of the important Cathedral monastery of St Mary, founded l043, remains. Lower portions of clustered shafts and pier-responds. There is, or was until recently, a crudely vaulted crypt below, approximately 75 Yds x 5 yds. Vide Blue Coat School below.

Descriptive Notes, fifth and sixth lines, should be amended to read: "and pier responds Vide Blue Coat School below".

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1. 5105 PRIORY ROW ---------- Priory Ruins SP 3379 SW 4/62 5.2.55.

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2. Scheduled Ancient Monument. Exposed foundations on a sunk plot of ground; converted into a garden and immediately adjacent to houses above. Only the base of the west front of the important Cathedral monastery of St Mary, founded 1043, remains. Lower portions of clustered shafts and pier-responds. There is, or was until recently, a crudely vaulted crypt below, approximately 75 yds x 5 yds. Vide Blue Coat School below.



Listing NGR: SP3348979105

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 218543

Legacy System: LBS

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