Glastonbury Abbey was at forefront of medieval England craft production
New research has revealed Glastonbury Abbey was at the forefront of craft production during medieval England playing host to such prominent visitors as King Edward I. The study of the Abbey's archaeological excavation records has shown the Abbey was created by skilled craftspeople that used raw materials from the earth to build and enhance the ... (more)
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#1 Apr 17, 2012
Much like today, and that is a blessing. Glastonbury, stay true to your heritage!
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