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ANGLO-SAXON GRAVE COVER FROM ST EDITH'S CHURCH, LITTLE CARLTON



Reference Name MLI43417

Name:
ANGLO-SAXON GRAVE COVER FROM ST EDITH'S CHURCH, LITTLE CARLTON

Summary:
ANGLO-SAXON GRAVE COVER FROM ST EDITH'S CHURCH, LITTLE CARLTON

Location:
LITTLE CARLTON, EAST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 43417
DURING THE DEMOLITON OF ST EDITH;S CHURCH IN 1993 PART OF A LIMESTONE GRAVE COVER WAS FOUND IN THE RUBBLE FILL OF THE WALL BETWEEN THE TWO MAIN WINDOWS. THE STONE IS DECORATED IN LOW RELIEF ON THE TOP SURFACE WITH A TWIN CABLE HERRING BONE BORDER SURROUNDING A CENTRAL PANEL COMPRISING ONE COMPLETE FIGURE-OF-EIGHT PATTERN AND HALF A SECOND PATTERN. THESE SLABS ARE CHARACTERISTIC OF THE LINDSEY REGION AND ARE DATED TO THE LATER TENTH- ELEVENTH CENTURIES. {1}, LENGTH 0.3M, WIDTH 0.28M, HEIGHT 0.09M

Sources:
1 Intervention Report: Lindsey Archaeological Services. 1994. St Edith's Church, Little Carlton near Louth. -

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1 Intervention Report: Lindsey Archaeological Services. 1994. St Edith's Church, Little Carlton near Louth. -

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