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HOLY TRINITY PRIORY OXFORD

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In 1313, the Trinitarians of Oxford acquired the Chapel of the Holy Trinity within the East Gate, and moved there from their former monastic site outside the walls (SP50NW355). A condition of occupancy was that they maintained a chantry for their benefactors. Their numbers, never large, were reduced to one following the Black Death, and in 1379 their possessions within the walls were sold to the founder of New College, the East Gate chapel being abandoned. In the late 15th century, the site was known as Trinity Hall.

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