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St Giles' church in the suburbs of the City of Oxford

St Giles' church in the suburbs of the City of Oxford

Medium: Ink wash on paper

Date: 1797

Shelfmark: Ktop XXXIV

Item number: number 27-2.

Genre: Topographical Drawing

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This church has Norman origins; the first written evidence of its existence is from 1138. It is mainly a 13th-century building with traces of Norman material, such as in the lower west tower. The bell tower also has unusual twin bell openings.

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