April Miscellany

April Miscellany

April Miscellany Items of Interest Medieval Graffiti Revealed in Lincoln Cathedral New Discoveries Made in Worcestershire During Graffiti Fest Medieval Graffiti: the hidden histories… From Twitter Want to find out more about graffiti and other informal markings in the churches of NE England? Join our Church Graffiti Survey – part of our @durham_uni Belief in…

January Miscellany

January Miscellany

January Miscellany Upcoming Events Hidden Charms 4 is announced with a call for papers  Items of Interest Graffiti in Rochester Cathedral From Twitter Found this fascinating and very moving. https://t.co/zuCneejBsJ — Dig For Archaeology (@ForArchaeology) January 6, 2022 Remarkable c.5,000 year old megalithic art inside the passage tomb of Fourknocks, County Meath. pic.twitter.com/jzfWRhXEJF — Neil…

September Miscellany

September Miscellany

September Miscellany Upcoming Events Hidden Charms 3 – 2 October 2021 Items of interest Historic Church Graffiti in North Hertfordshire Here's the lecture I did yesterday for @TheCCThttps://t.co/FZQzLSszhg — Brian Hoggard (@folkmagicman) September 24, 2021 From Twitter https://twitter.com/justrena/status/1433140628095971329?s=21 Viking graffiti (replicas) at the National Museum of Ireland – thank you Padraig O'Cumasaigh for the images…

July Miscellany

July Miscellany

July Miscellany Our pictures this month are graffiti found by friend of the site, Sonia Hines, on her visit to Uluru (aka Ayres Rock), Northern Territory, Australia. She says this is graffiti, not rock art, and would have been done in the 1970s and 1980s when tourism around this sacred site was a lot less…