The buildings clustered around the southern and western sides of Pheasant Court comprise the main public and private apartments of Bourchier’s 15th century palace. Observations within the cellar of the Duke’s Tower suggest that the south side f the courtyard may represent a pre-Bourchier survival, one of the earliest fragments of Knole, incorporated within 15th century work – its original extent and form are, however, not possible to define.
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- ARCHBISHOPS PALACE (Undated)
- SNA64037 - National Trust Report: Oxford Archaeology. 2007. Knole, Sevenoaks, Kent: An Archaeological Survey.
- SNA64038 - Conservation Plan: Oxford Archaeology. 2007. Knole, Kent: Conservation Management Plan Vol. 1. 1.
- SNA64039 - Conservation Plan: Oxford Archaeology. 2007. Knole, Kent: Conservation Management Plan Vol. 2. 2.
- SNA69904 - National Trust Report: Triskele Heritage. 2023. Roof Structures at Pheasant Court, Knole, Kent: Archaeological Historic Building Survey.
Other Statuses and References
- ENA5636 - Field Survey, An Archaeological Survey: Knole, Sevenoaks, Kent
- ENA10751 - Field Survey, Building Survey of Roof Structures at Pheasant Court, Knole