Monument record MYO3767 - Holy Trinity Priory - precinct wall


A stone wall, surviving within 0. 32m of the ground surface and aligned south-west — north-east, was observed during a WB in 2000. The materials used in the construction of this wall suggest the likelihood of a medieval origin. The wall follows exactly the course of the parish boundary that separated Holy Trinity Prioryfrom that of St Mary Bishophill Junior. It has been suggested that this parish boundary demarcated the south-eastern limits of the medieval Holy Trinity Priory. Possibly part of the boundary wall of the medieval Priory.


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Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire


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Record last edited

Jan 15 2021 11:26AM


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