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Allen S. J. 1993a ‘The mill pond drain’, in G. G. Astill, A medieval industrial complex and its landscape: the metalworking watermills and workshops of Bordesley Abbey, Council for British Archaeology Research Reports 92, York, 95—8.

Allen S. J. 1993b ‘The mill (BAB) structural timber sequence’, in G. G. Astill, A medieval industrial complex and its landscape: the metalworking watermills and workshops of Bordesley Abbey, Council for British Archaeology Research Reports 92, York, 66—85.

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Astill G. G. 1993 A medieval industrial complex and its landscape: the metalworking watermills and workshops of Bordesley Abbey, Council for British Archaeology Research Reports 92, York.

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Astill G. G. and Wright S. M. 1993b ‘Fired clay’, in G. G. Astill, A medieval industrial complex and its landscape: the metalworking watermills and workshops of Bordesley Abbey, Council for British Archaeology Research Reports 92, York, 124—9.

Astill G. G. and Wright S. M. 1993c ‘Ceramic roof tiles and fittings’, in G. G. Astill, A medieval industrial complex and its landscape: the metalworking watermills and workshops of Bordesley Abbey, Council for British Archaeology Research Reports 92, York, 130—41.

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Hirst S. M. and Wright S. M. forthcoming Bordesley Abbey: excavations in the eastern cemetery.

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Hughes M. J. 1993 ‘Neutron activation analysis of mill (BAB) roof tile’, in G. G. Astill, A medieval industrial complex and its landscape: the metalworking watermills and workshops of Bordesley Abbey, Council for British Archaeology Research Reports 92, York, 138—41.

Leese M. N., Hughes M. J. and Stopford J. 1989 ‘The chemical composition of tiles from Bordesley: a case study in data treatment’, in S. Rahtz and J. Richards (eds), Computer applications and quantitative methods in archaeology 1989, British Archaeological Reports S548, Oxford, 241—9.

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Stopford J. 1993b, ‘The potential for studies of medieval tiles’, in R. Gilchrist and H. Mytum (eds), Advances in monastic archaeology, British Archaeological Reports 227, Oxford, 87—105.

Stopford J. forthcoming ‘Decorated floor tiles’ in St Stephen's Chapel, Bordesley Abbey

Stopford J. and Wright S. M. 1998 ‘A group of late medieval inscribed tiles from Bordesley Abbey’, Antiquaries Journal, 78 (1998), 307—22.

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Walsh D. A. 1979 ‘A rebuilt cloister at Bordesley Abbey’, Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 132 (1979), 42—9.

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Walsh D. A. 1983 ‘An architectural study of the church’, in S. M. Hirst, D. A. Walsh and S. M. Wright, Bordesley Abbey II. Second report on excavations at Bordesley Abbey, Redditch, Hereford-Worcestershire, British Archaeological Reports 111, Oxford, 207—75.

Walsh D. A. 1994 ‘Regionalism and localism in early Cistercian architecture in England’, Arte Medievale, 2nd series, anno VIII, 1 (2), 103—11.

Walsh D. A. forthcoming in St Stephen's Chapel, Bordesley Abbey

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Wright S. M. 1976a ‘Historical notes’ in P. A. Rahtz and S. M. Hirst, Bordesley Abbey, Redditch, Hereford-Worcestershire. First report on excavations 1969—1973, British Archaeological Reports 23, Oxford, 16—23.

Wright S. M. 1976b ‘The finds’ in P. A. Rahtz and S. M. Hirst, Bordesley Abbey, Redditch, Hereford-Worcestershire. First report on excavations 1969—1973, British Archaeological Reports 23, Oxford, 138—221.

Wright, S M, Hirst, S, and Astill, G, forthcoming, Patronage, memorial and burial at Bordesley Abbey, Cîteaux – Commentarii cistercienses (special volume about burial, memorial and patronage in Cistercian Abbeys)

 

 

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