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ST PETERS CHURCH

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The chancel arch is 11th century or earlier; early 12th century south arcade; late 12th century north arcade, tower and tower arch; 15th century spire, chancel, clerestorey, battlements and gables; early 17th century vestry and window to north chapel. There is a late 7th-8th century grave marker located in the north side of the chancel. (see SE99SE26 for the Anglian cross in the south aisle). This may have been the site of the community of nuns, who had a church and dormitory at Hackness, recorded by Bede.

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