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1 Tintern Abbey, Gwent = Abaty Tyndyrn, Gwent
Craster, O. E. (Inspector of Ancient Monuments); The Department of the Environment on Behalf of the Secretary of State for Wales London, United Kingdom Her Majesty's Stationery Office 1974 0116700734 / 9780116700735 Soft cover Near Fine Book 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
; Stapled wraps; 32 pages with glossary and plans (neatly folded inside the back cover); Ninth Impression 1977; Black & white photographs; Introduction page in Welsh as well as English - the main text is in English; Textblock is tight and bright with no internal markings and no names; Cover is unfaded with no tears and minimal shelf and edge wear; Please see our photo-image (Tintern Abbey was founded in 1131 for monks of the Cistercian order - before that date Tintern has no known history. The Abbey lies at the sound end of the village of Tintern beside the main Chepstow-Monmouth road, being 5 miles north of Chepstow and 11 miles south of Monmouth. The Chapters are: Abaty Tyndyrn (Welsh Summary), History, Description, Church, Monastic buildings, Infirmary, Abbot's lodging, Precinct, Glossary and Conversion Table, with the plans inside the back cover.) 
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