‘Eynsham was one of the few religious foundations in England in continuous use from the late Saxon period to the Dissolution in 1538. Its first abbot was the internationally renowned scholar and teacher, Aelfric, and it was frequently visited by medieval kings... This book aims to rescue Eynsham Abbey from obscurity by summarising its history and examining its material remains, most of which have never been published before’.
This 300-page paperback is lavishly illustrated, with almost 300 photos, drawings and tables. Published by Archaeopress and now on sale online and in all good bookshops (ISBN 9781789692501), it represents a labour of love by our ‘own’ (since 2012) Steve Parrinder, price £45... or direct from Steve for £40 - which includes £10 donation to Eynsham Museum Fund.
Read our introduction to Eynsham Abbey