Monastery Ruins, Jarrow


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St. Paul#s Jarrow 007

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MONASTERY OF ST PAUL RUINS OF JARROW MONASTERY - List Entry
- Scheduled ancient monument. Remains of monastery. Post-Norman west range; perhaps C13 south range; post- Reformation addition to north-west of south range. Built as a Benedictine house. Sandstone blocks. Square plan ...

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Image taken from page 770 of 'The Local Historian's Table Book of remarkable occurrences, historical facts, traditions, legendary and descriptive ballads, connected with the Counties of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, and Durham. Historical Division.

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Image taken from page 30 of 'The Local Historian's Table Book of remarkable occurrences, historical facts, traditions, legendary and descriptive ballads, connected with the Counties of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, and Durham. Historical Division.

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ST PAUL'S MONASTERY, JARROW
- "The monastery at Jarrow was one of Europe's most influential centres of learning and culture in the 7th century. The remains standing today are from the medieval monastery, but ...

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Monastery site & St Paul's Church, Jarrow

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Saxon refectory, St Paul's Monastery

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St Paul's Monastery

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