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MONUMENT NO. 922117

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Free-standing within the bailey of Tutbury Castle are the remains of the Normal chapel; a plain building of nave and narrower chancel. The west portal had one order of colonnettes.
Site excavated about 1965. The nave measures 13.0 metres by 8.0 metres, and the chancel 9.0 by 6.0, with walling
standing to a height of about 1.0 metre, and the floor about 1.5 metres below present ground level. A break in the west wall indicates the position of the west doorway, and the position of the altar is represented by a low stone platform against the east wall of the chancel.
The stonework foundations of the chapel were drawn as part of the RCHME's National Forest Project.

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