Peru Subway Map

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The arcades and clerestories are decorated with quite magnificent Norman carvings Peru Subway Map , described by Jenkins as a ‘gallery of Norman art’, depicting the heads of both humans Peru Subway Map and animals, and other features including stone zigzags, scallops and dogtooth. In the sixteenth century there were two important additions to the church: the west tower, which looks almost too small in comparison to the nave, and the reredos of 48 carved panels, one of which contains the coat of arms of Henry VIII.

In the porch there is a broken coffin lid, taken from the Saxon burial ground; it is possible that it might have come from the grave of St Cuthman, or possibly that of King Alfred’s father Ethelwulf. Before you leave Church Street, see if you can spot a plaque outside a house proclaiming ‘This is Sir Harry Gough’s house, 1771’. The plaque was erected by the local MP following a difficult tenant’s failure to pay the rent, believing that if he persisted the house would one day be his own! You continue along Church Street, which becomes Cripps Lane. Continue along the lane, bending left to cross over the town’s bypass, then turn right to follow the residential Roman Road.

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