Northeastern England
The church at Escomb in County Durham was built around 675 A.D. by the Saxon invaders who settled in the north of England after the collapse of Roman Britain. Stone was salvaged from the Roman fort at nearby Binchester, including the chancel arch which was probably brought intact from the fort.

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