Southdean Church, Roxburghshire: some Account of the Excavations carried out there by the Otterburn Memorial Committee
Nothing seems to be known of the early history of the church, and the dedication is at\r\npresent unknown. The church is of considerable historic interest for its association with the victory over the English at Otterburn in the summer of 1388. A summary account of the structural and other remains is presented with plans, elevations and architectural details. This includes a font without a drain and a feature known as a super-altar of a type which is rare in Scotland. Two cross slabs were also recovered.