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In Search of Dunfermline Abbey’s lost medieval choir: history, liturgy and ground-penetrating radar

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Penman M (2020) In Search of Dunfermline Abbey’s lost medieval choir: history, liturgy and ground-penetrating radar. History Scotland, 20 (5), pp. 20-26. https://www.historyscotland.com/store/back-issues/history-scotland/history-scotland-vol20issue5-sepoct20-issue-115/

Abstract
Part 1 of the results of an interdisciplinary project to survey the buried remains of the east-end choir of the medieval Benedictine abbey of Dunfermline, Fife, and its royal burial grounds of c.1070-c.1420, combining ground-penetrating radar and historical research. Part 1 presents the research context, aims and three phases of pilot GPR surveys.

Keywords
Medieval; Scotland; Benedictine; Dunfermline; Burial; Tomb; Piety; Radar; Liturgy

Journal
History Scotland: Volume 20, Issue 5

StatusPublished
FundersThe Royal Society of Edinburgh and Strathmartine Trust
Publication date30/09/2020
Publication date online31/08/2020
Date accepted by journal23/06/2020
URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/1893/31503
Publisher URLhttps://www.historyscotland.com/…oct20-issue-115/
ISSN1475-5270

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