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    Godstow Godstow is about 2.5 miles (4 km) northwest of the centre of Oxford. It lies on the banks of the River Thames between the villages of Wolvercote to the east and Wytham to the west. The ruins of Godstow Abbey, also known as Godstow Nunnery, are here.

  2. Godstow ( Oxfordshire, Inglaterra) es una localidad al occidente del río Támesis, frente a Lower Wolvercote y al norte de Port Meadow, en Oxford. La localidad es conocida principalmente por las ruinas de la Abadía de Godstow . La abadía fue construida en lo que antes era una isla entre los arroyos afluentes del Támesis.

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  3. Historical Description. Godstow, a place in Wolvercott parish, Oxfordshire, on the river Isis, 3½ miles NNW of Oxford. A nunnery was founded here in 1138 by Editha, wife of Sir W. Launcelne, and is now represented by only some low walls and crumbling windows, overgrown with ivy.

  4. 18/09/2019 · Today, an abandoned chapel and two walls are all that remain of the once-wealthy Godstow Abbey. The former abbey’s hospice has been transformed into a pub named the Trout Inn. Another point of...

  5. 14/07/2021 · Godstow Abbey The ruins of a 12th-century abbey, or nunnery, stand in a meadow beside the River Thames at Godstow, just north of the city. Godstow Abbey is famed as the burial place of 'Fair Rosamund' de Clifford, Henry II's mistress. History The abbey was founded by Edith of Winchester, the widow of Sir William Launceline, in 1133.

  6. GODSTOW ROAD 1. 1485 (South Side) Godstow Abbey SP 4809 16/16 12.1.54. II 2. RCHM 49. A rectangular enclosure of rubble walling, mainly medieval, with a blocked doorway in the East wall and 2 blocked archways in the North. In the South East angle are the remains of what was probably

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