Further information, relevant source references and some links:
Inventory of Blythburgh Priory, PRO, E.117, 12/7 28 Henry VIII, 20th August (1536).
‘65. Leaf from a Writing Tablet. Eighth Century’ in, Leslie Webster and Janet Backhouse, eds, The Making of England. Anglo-Saxon Art and Culture AD 600-900, British Museum Press (1991) p. 81.
Blythburgh Priory, Blythburgh, Suffolk. Archaeological Evaluation and Assessment of Results. Wessex Archaeology. Ref. 68742 September 2009*.
Christopher Harper-Bill, ed., Blythburgh Priory Cartulary, parts 1 and 2, Suffolk Records Society, Suffolk Charters, vols. II and III, Woodbridge (1980-1).
‘16. The Priory of Blythburgh’ in, William Page, ed., A History of Suffolk, vol. II, The Victoria History of the Counties of England, London, 1907, pp. 91-94.
L. S. Harley, ‘Medieval Floor Tiles from Blythburgh’, Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology, 32 (1970-72) pp. 276-79.
John Blair, The Church in Anglo-Saxon Society (Oxford, 2005). Blythburgh mentioned on pp. 203, 210 (note), and 319.
Bob Carr, ‘Excursion, 10 June 2009, Blythburgh Priory’, Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History, 42, Part 2 (2010) pp. 223-6.
Blythburgh Priory, The Priory Church, Interim Report 2010 - Bob Carr
Blythburgh Priory, The Priory Church, Interim Report 2011 - Bob Carr.
Images by Bob Carr of the Ruins A3 Figures and A4 Figures
Stuart Boulter and Nick Haward, ‘Blythburgh, Blythburgh Priory (TM/4575; BLB 081)’, Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History, 43, Part 1 (2013) pp. 94-5*.
*Both reports can be found by searching the Archaeology Data Service:
Blythburgh Priory, Blythburgh, Suffolk, Archaeological Evaluation and Assessment of Results
Blythburgh Priory, Blythburgh, BLB 081, Archaeological Excavation Report
If the above links do not work then go to http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/greylit/, Select search option [second paragraph of Introduction]. On new page,entitled Library of Unpublished Fieldwork Reports], enter Blythburgh Priory in ‘Where’ section and checkmark ‘Site Name’]. Open PDF.