Pentagram, Castle Hedingham, Essex

November Miscellany

November Miscellany Upcoming Events Mediaeval Building Myths – The Folklore & Archaeology of Historic Buildings - 26 January 2021 Items ...
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September Miscellany

September Miscellany Upcoming events Speed Dating - Identifying the Age of Historic Buildings with James Wright Items of interest Interview ...
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All Saints, Vange, Essex

All Saints, Vange, Essex The earliest parts of the nave of All Saints Church in Vange were built in the ...
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IHS monogram, pentagram, 5 pointed star, St Mary's, Chickney

August Miscellany

August Miscellany Upcoming Events Creswell Crags have bookings for private tours of ice age art and/or witch marks CCT Talk ...
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A Fireplace lintel from a Farmhouse in Stokeinteignhead, Devon

A fireplace lintel from a farmhouse in Stokeinteignhead, Devon As lockdown eased I was invited by a local farmer to ...
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West door, Elsenham, Essex

July Miscellany

July Miscellany Upcoming Events Making Your Mark 2020 symposium has been postponed to October 2021 The Apotropaios website now has ...
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The Book of English Magic

The Book of English Magic. Philip Carr-Gomm and Richard Heygate. Hodder, 2009. Fun and games for a wet weekend in ...
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St Mary, Upchurch & St Margaret, Lower Halstow

St Mary, Upchurch & St Margaret, Lower Halstow The Kent villages of Upchurch and Lower Halstow lay roughly five and ...
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All Saints, Chingford, London

All Saints, Chingford, London All Saints Church in Chingford, is usually known as the 'Old Church'. While there is evidence ...
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June Miscellany

June Miscellany UpComing Events CCT Churches to be opening from 7 July Items of Interest Boat graffiti found in Italian ...
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St Michael, Great Sampford, Essex (3/3)

St Michael, Great Sampford, Essex (3/3) Chancel Graffiti This is the third and last post about St Michael, Great Sampford ...
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Cross, St Candida & Holy Cross Church, Whitechurch Canonicorum

May Miscellany

May Miscellany Items of Interest French blog post on ritual burn marks How Satan-fearing Scots used apotropaic marks to ward ...
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