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SALISBURY GREYFRIARS

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Franciscan friary founded between 1225-8. Circa 1290, the timber buildings were being replaced in stone, the old cathedral at Old sarum being quarried for that purpose.The site was repaired and restored from 1350, and enlargement began in 1357. It was surrendered in 1538, when reference is made to the church and cloister. It was located within the angle between Friary Lane and St Ann Street. The precinct wall is shown on an 18th century map and was located during excavations in 1966.

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