Leigh Court Barn, Leigh, Worcestershire, Dendrochronological Analysis of Oak Timbers

Author(s): Ian Tyers

A tree-ring dating programme was commissioned on timbers from Leigh Court Barn, Leigh, Worcestershire, by English Heritage in AD 2006. The results, for what is thought to be the largest cruck building in England, identify that timbers in the structure were felled in the spring of AD 1344.

Report Number:
51/2006
Series:
Research Department Reports
Pages:
22
Keywords:
Dendrochronology Standing Building

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