Discovering St Eadburh of Lyminge

Followers of this blog who have delved into the list of suggested reading may have downloaded my paper 'Antiquarians, Victorian Parsons and Re-writing the Past: How Lyminge Parish Church acquired an invented dedication', which was published in Archaeologia Cantiana, the journal of the Kent Archaeological Society, in 2017.  This explores how the Rector of Lyminge … Continue reading Discovering St Eadburh of Lyminge

Day 40 – The last area of the Anglo-Saxon church uncovered

The last area of the Anglo-Saxon church to be explored is the area under the porch.  We had contractors on site to lift the flagstones. Underneath the porch, as we suspected, the substructure is precarious to say the least and needs to be addressed before the flagstones are replaced. We have found the nave wall … Continue reading Day 40 – The last area of the Anglo-Saxon church uncovered