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This bibliography section of the book Plympton Priory: A House of Augustinian Canons in South-Western England in the Late Middle Ages contains a list of reference articles and books. These are divided into three categories: manuscript sources, primary printed sources, and secondary sources. Plympton Priory in Devon was founded in 1121 by William Warelwast, Bishop of Exeter and became one of the richest houses of Augustinian canons in England. Plympton Priory was extraordinary, too, for the proportion of its income which it derived from the parish churches and chapels it controlled.

Keywords:Augustinian canons; Plympton Priory; South-Western England; William Warelwast

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