Pittenweem Priory is the name of an
Augustinian Priorylocated at the village of Pittenweem, Fife, Scotland. It was originally a Benedictine Abbey founded from Reading Abbeyand based on the Isle of May. It had been relocated to Pittenweem by 1318, and placed under the control of the Augustinian St Andrews Cathedral Priory.
* [http://images.scran.ac.uk/RB/images/thumb/0893/08932762.jpgPriory House]
* [http://www.electricscotland.com/history/images/fife45p.jpgPriory Seal]
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