FINDSPOT (Tudor to Elizabethan)


Grid reference SK 80079 53940 (point)
Map sheet SK85SW
District Newark
Civil Parish Newark, Newark


Type and Period (1)

Full Description

A church brass was found on 12th October, 1966, during alterations to a building in Newark. It consists of the figure of a man standing, with hands in prayer, in Elizabethan style costume. It measures 2ft long and 8in wide; it dates to the period c 1550-1575. The brass was originally in the private chapel of the Chauntry House, Appleton Gate. It is in good condition, except for a small fragment missing from one of the feet. (1)
Grid ref given is for the site of the Chantry House - see M18186.

<1> EMAB eds, 1966, East Midlands Archaeological Bulletin, p 44 (Published document). SNT160.

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <1> Published document: EMAB eds. 1966. East Midlands Archaeological Bulletin. 9. p 44.

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Protected Status/Designation

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Record last edited

Jan 19 2023 7:34PM

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