The History of Leith

October 11, 2007

Excavations at a Templar Preceptory: South Witham, Lincolnshire 1965-67

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The excavations at South Witham in Lincolnshire produced the most complete archaeological plan of the preceptory of the Military Orders so far seen in Britain. Before 1965 there had been only limited investigation of Knights Templar houses and evidence for day-to-day activities was almost non-existent. Never before had the different components of a preceptory been examined in detail using modern archaeological techniques. for more click here.

(Editors not-The Templar Preceptory in Leith would have been very similiar to this)

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