Looking forward to being a part of this! https://t.co/Le4ifIljIR
— Crystal Hollis (@GraffitiGinger) February 15, 2022
Items of Interest
— Medieval Graffiti (@MedievalG) January 30, 2022
— Clarke&Witt (@Attention2place) February 6, 2022
— Kent Graffiti Survey (@graffitiKent) February 11, 2022
Here's a rare one for you all – a panel of rock art between Ambleside and Rydal Hall. 😱
I never mentioned this in my book, as I couldn't find a photograph of it. It turned out to be an absolute beauty tho!#archaeology #prehistory #history #uk #travel #neolithic #cumbria #book pic.twitter.com/mM6WqQAung
— Adam Morgan Ibbotson (@AdamMIbbotson) February 15, 2022
— Wilts Med Graffiti (@WiltsRecProj) February 23, 2022
'Dirck Lowersen van Stockholm anno 1665'
Graffiti on the choir stalls at Blythburgh. Until the 1890s they stood at the east end of the south aisle and formed the village school.
— Simon Knott (@last_of_england) February 25, 2022