Items of Interest
"Apollinaris medicus Titi Imp
hic cacavit bene"
'Apollinaris, the Emperor Titus' doctor,
Shat well here'
Image: CIL 4.10619;📸Sudelam pic.twitter.com/CTdQB92ANf
— Dr Crom (@DocCrom) May 5, 2022
A 'map' of the world on the walls of Cley church in Norfolk, remarkably similar to that depicted in the John Gower manuscript Vox Clamantis and Chronica Tripertita in Glasgow Univ. Library (MS Hunter 59 folio 6v).
The globe split between the elements of air, earth, and water. pic.twitter.com/0qt5pBHEQu
— Medieval Graffiti (@MedievalG) May 10, 2022
— Kent Graffiti Survey (@graffitiKent) May 10, 2022
— Nathalie Cohen (@Nathalie_Cohen) May 10, 2022
Looks like a meeting of Apotropaics Anonymous in this bedhead at St Fagan's. pic.twitter.com/agILYX6mPO
— Steve (@Portaspeciosa) May 12, 2022
OK own up! Who has been graffitiing in the roof-space above the east end?
— Ripon Cathedral (@riponcathedral) May 16, 2022
— Nathalie Cohen (@Nathalie_Cohen) May 20, 2022
13th century ship graffiti from the south nave aisle at Rochester Cathedral. The graffiti was probably a votive offering and suggests there was a nearby shrine to St. Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors. @RochesterCathed #MedievalGraffiti pic.twitter.com/OXm2ykbu7C
— Kevin Wilbraham (@KPW1453) May 23, 2022
Hiding somewhere in Hertfordshire. Medieval and later graffiti… pic.twitter.com/QmbxgIqwvg
— hubertscat (@hubertscat) May 23, 2022
Visited the 14th century Leigh Court Tithe Barn today and discovered 3 locations with daisy-wheels. Fantastic place, the largest cruck barn in England. https://t.co/5zTASOAM2h @EnglishHeritage pic.twitter.com/d0p69BRH6F
— Brian Hoggard (@folkmagicman) May 27, 2022
— Vicky Fletcher (@VickyCFletcher) May 28, 2022