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Evesham Museum, Worcestershire

(52°5′26″N, 1°56′55″W)
Evesham Museum
SP 036 436
pre-1974 traditional (England and Wales) Worcestershire
now Worcestershire
  • G. L. Pearson

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Feature Sets

The museum contains five fragments of Romanesque sculpture. There are also sections of plain roll moulding, two in the garden and a double roll in the museum, all probably of 12thc. date.



Loose Sculpture


Fragment 5 is almost identical to the five inset fragments at nearby St Andrew's church, Hampton (see report). The provenance of the fragments is unknown. They could have come from Evesham Abbey.