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Bardney Abbey Lincolnshire from the air

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aerial photograph showing the site ofBardney Abbey Lincolnshire. Founded in 697 by King
®thelred of Mercia, who became Abbot here following his abdication from the Throne. His remains lie buried here to this day. The Abbey was destroyed in a raid by Danish Vikings in 869 following which it was rebuilt. It was finally dissolved by Henry VIII in 1538.

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