The Late-Saxon and Early Romanesque Churches at St Mary, Prittlewell, Essex

@article{Secker2016TheLA,
  title={The Late-Saxon and Early Romanesque Churches at St Mary, Prittlewell, Essex},
  author={Daniel Secker},
  journal={Medieval Archaeology},
  year={2016},
  volume={60},
  pages={115 - 137}
}
THE CHURCH OF ST MARY, Prittlewell is now superficially a late medieval building, but it has long been recognised that the N wall of the chancel contains fragments of Anglo-Saxon work, while the nave retains early Romanesque fabric. It is demonstrated here that these early structures represent two discrete axially aligned churches. The Anglo-Saxon church at Prittlewell has been assumed to date from the 7th century, but comparison with similar church buildings points instead to a 10th-century… 
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