The Monks of St Pancras
Lewes Priory, England's Premier Cluniac Monastery and its Dependencies 1076-1537
by Graham Mayhew
Lewes History Press 2014
This study, the only one ever undertaken of an English Cluniac monastery, outlines the history of Lewes Priory from its foundation to its destruction, using a wide range of archival sources from local and national repositories as well as the evidence of existing buildings and archaeological remains in England and France.
Sites clunisiens en Europe
Fédération Européenne des Sites Clunisiens
2nd edition January 2013
Illustrated catalogue of sites which are members of the European Federation of Cluniac Sites (in French).
Copies available from the Trust at firstname.lastname@example.org
A New Account of Simon de Montfort's Struggle
against King Henry III
by Tufton Beamish 1965
with a foreword by Sir Charles Petrie
The Priory of St Pancras, Lewes
A Short Historical Guide to
the Ruins at Southover
by Walter H. Godfrey FSA FRIBA 1927
Walter Godfrey CBE, FSA, FRIBA (1881–1961) lived and
worked in Lewes and was considered one of the outstanding
conservation architects of his generation.
His son Emil Godfrey (1913-82) founded the practice of
Carden & Godfrey which has been consultant architect to
Lewes Priory Trust for many years.
The Trust hosts the annual Emil Godfrey Memorial Lecture.
The Battaile of Lewes and Other Legends
of St. Pancras' Priory, Lewes
by Arthur Lee 1847