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St Mary, Puddletown, Dorset

St Mary, Puddletown, Dorset Puddletown in Dorset derives its name from the nearby River Piddle. It was apparently, originally called ...
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All Saints, Great Chesterford, Essex

All Saints, Great Chesterford, Essex All Saints church in Great Chesterford, Essex, dates from the 13th century. although most of ...
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December Miscellany

December Miscellany Pictures This month's pictures are from the Roman Britain and Europe galleries in the British Museum. Future Events ...
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The Tudor House Museum and the D-Day Wall, Southampton, Hampshire

The Tudor House Museum The Tudor House came into being in 1491, when Sir John Dawtrey, Overseer of the Port ...
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All Saints, Ashdon, Essex (2/2)

All Saints, Ashdon, Essex (2/2) All Saints church has a number of apotropaic marks on its stonework. It has several ...
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All Saints, Ashdon, Essex (1/2)

All Saints, Ashdon, Essex (1/2) There are some churches, that, as soon as you enter them, you know you're going ...
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November Miscellany

November Miscellany The pictures this month are from a friend of the site, Daniela Weber, who came across these graffiti ...
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The Graffiti of St Giles, Wormshill and All Saints, Iwade, Kent

The Graffiti of St Giles, Wormshill and All Saints, Iwade Alan Anstee of the Kent Medieval Graffiti Survey talks about ...
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St Mary the Virgin, Little Easton, Essex

St Mary the Virgin, Little Easton, Essex The church of St Mary the Virgin dates back to the 12th century ...
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Abbey Barn, Glastonbury, Somerset Rural Life Museum

Abbey Barn, Glastonbury, Somerset Rural Life Museum The 14th century Abbey Barn at Glastonbury now forms the north range of ...
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St Mary the Virgin, Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex

St Mary the Virgin, Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex St Mary the Virgin, Hatfield Broad Oak, was originally part of a ...
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Graffiti cat

October Miscellany

October Miscellany A graffiti cat is lurking in the background of a famous painting. The Blind Fiddler by David Wilkie ...
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