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PRIORY OF ST ANTHONY IN ROSELAND

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16th century house on the site of the 13th century Priory cell of Saint Anthony in Roseland. The cell was founded as an Austin cell of Plympton Priory by 1288, and dissolved in 1538. The Church of St Antoninus, King and Martyr had been granted to Plympton Priory in 1150.

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