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Osney Abbey, Oxford, Oxfordshire. A 15th century building of the Augustinian abbey founded by Robert d'Oilly in 1124, taken from the stream. In 1546 the see was moved to St Frideswide's priory, after which time the abbey was partially dismantled, remainde

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Osney Abbey, Oxford, Oxfordshire. A 15th century building of the Augustinian abbey founded by Robert d'Oilly in 1124, taken from the stream. In 1546 the see was moved to St Frideswide's priory, after which time the abbey was partially dismantled, remainde
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Osney Abbey, Oxford, Oxfordshire. A 15th century building of the Augustinian abbey founded by Robert d'Oilly in 1124, taken from the stream. In 1546 the see was moved to St Frideswide's priory, after which time the abbey was partially dismantled, remainder became ruinous.

Osney Abbey
1911
1910 to 1919

Osney - Oxford - Oxfordshire - England

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Henry W. Taunt
1911
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