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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 88  1973 
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Excavations at Boxley Abbey  By P. J. Tester, F.S.A. continued

accuracy of Smith’s plan. He shows correctly the position of the great stone medieval barn to the south-west, with a stable in its west end. A pond to the south, still remaining, has a tail extending towards the site of the monastic reredorter—an obvious indication of its original function in  the medieval drainage system. Then, as now, a bank covered the ruins of the east range, and the south aisle had been converted into a raised terrace accessible from a door on the upper floor of the main part of the house.

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