Hexham Abbey (Hexham) - Source of Reference
The information on this website is based on a range of published and unpublished works. Below is a list of the source of information used in writing this record.
(1) Unpublished sources were used to create this record. For further information about these sources please contact us quoting the following reference number:N8722.
(2) Farquhar, J.V.C., 1935. The Saxon Cathedral and Priory Church of St Andrew, Hexham (Hexham).
(3) Knowles, D. and Hadcock, R.N., 1953. Medieval Religious Houses of England and Wales (London), 140.
(4) Collingwood, W.G., 1927. Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age (London).
(5) Archaeologia Aeliana (3rd Series) 20 (1923), 63-205.
(6) Bailey, R.N. 1976. Archaeologia Aeliana (5th Series) 4, 47-67.
(7) Bailey, R.N. and O'Sullivan, D., 1979. Archaeologia Aeliana (5th Series) 7, 144-57.
(8) Cambridge, E., 1979. Archaeologia Aeliana (5th Series) 7, 158-68.
(9) Bailey, R.N., 1976. Archaeological Journal 133, 197-202.
(10) Taylor, H.M. and Taylor, J., 1965. Anglo-Saxon Architecture (Cambridge), 297ff.
(11) Cambridge, E. and Williams, A., 1995. Archaeologia Aeliana (5th Series) 23, 51-138.
(12) Bidwell, P, 2010. 'A survey of the Anglo-Saxon crypt at Hexham and its reused Roman stonework', Archaeologi Aeliana 5 ser 39, 53-145
(13) Clark, J E, 2010. 'Hexham Abbey: the various movements of the fittings since the Dissolution', Archaeologia Aeliana 5 ser 39, 375-400
(14) Further information about the protected nature of the building can be obtained from here.