Archaeologists to Examine Underground Chamber in Medieval Church at East Portlemouth in southwest England
The present church in the Devon village of East Portlemouth was built around 1200 and enlarged in the 15th century. However, indications that there might have been an earlier church on the site led to a ground penetrating radar study in December 2006, which showed what appears to be the buried chamber under what was the nave in the 12th century.
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