St Andrew’s, Buckland, Hertfordshire
The nave and chancel of this Churches Conservation Trust church date to 1348. The tower, south aisle, porch and south door are from the 1400s.
There is a bird of unidentified species, several harps and a heraldic shield.
Notable among the protective marks is a concentric circle made up of twenty circles. There are compass circles and daisy wheels, Marian marks, a pentagram and a fox and geese merel. There is also a shape like a union jack rather than a merel.
The rest consist of dot patterns and initials. The dates are mostly 17th and 18th century.
Photos by Patrick Carey.
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