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Battle Abbey Church of St. Martin's, Battle, Hastings, East Sussex, England



 


Notes: Only the footprint of Battle Abbey Church of St. Martin's (consecrated 1094) exists today. The visible ruin below the site of Battle Abbey is the Benedictine monastery dormitory. Later buildings on the site include Battle Abbey School.
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Address : Latitude: 50.9145099, Longitude: 0.487647057


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Site of Battle Abbey Church of St. Martin's
Site of Battle Abbey Church of St. Martin's
Only the site of the original Battle Abbey Church of St. Martin's exists.

Where its High Altar once stood, there is a commemorative stone which reads:



The traditional site of

the High Altar of Battle Abbey

founded to commemorate

the victory of Duke William

on 14 October 1066

The High Altar was placed to mark

the spot where King Harold died



Courtesy of English Heritage

History

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    History    Person ID 
1 William I'the Conqueror' King of England, Duke of Normandy  Dec 1070Battle Abbey Church of St. Martin's, Battle, Hastings, East Sussex, England I1748533853

Residence

Matches 1 to 2 of 2

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Residence    Person ID 
1 Browne, Anthony 1st Viscount Montagu  Battle Abbey Church of St. Martin's, Battle, Hastings, East Sussex, England I1750048609
2 Browne, Sir Anthony KG  1538Battle Abbey Church of St. Martin's, Battle, Hastings, East Sussex, England I1750050965