Excavations in 1922 traced the foundations of the medieval abbey church and cloister, and part of its Saxon predecessor.
Many skeletons, probably mostly of monks, were also found, as well as Roman remains.
Published Reference: M. Biddle, H.T. Lambrick and J.N.L. Myres, The Early History of Abingdon, Berkshire, and its Abbey, Medieval Archaeology 12 (1968), 26-69