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AVEBURY MANOR

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Manor house built circa 1557 on site of a Benedictine alien cell, with alterations in 1601, circa 1730 and circa 1907. Built of rendered sarsen and limestone with stone tiled roof. The cell was founded by William de Tancaville in 1114 as a cell of St Georges, Bocherville, and was dissolved in 1378. The house passed to Winchester College in 1391.

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