All Saints Church, Wing, Buckinghamshire

Title

All Saints Church, Wing, Buckinghamshire

Subject

Archaeology

Description

Wing is a small village in Buckinghamshire on the Icknield Way. It's church - All Souls - though greatly added to over the centuries, retains several distinct Anglo-Saxon features notably a window at the East End of the nave, a doorway (now bricked up), arches (the highest remaining in Britain?), and a crypt. Saxon infrastructure along the nave is also surviving but now hidden by more recent plasterwork. See - http://www.crsbi.ac.uk/search/county/site/ed-bk-wings.html

Creator

Stuart Lee

Date

8th-9th century

Date Created

2012-03-11

Files

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Citation

Stuart Lee, “All Saints Church, Wing, Buckinghamshire,” Woruldhord, accessed September 26, 2018, http://poppy.nsms.ox.ac.uk/woruldhord/items/show/726.

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