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Ashton Keynes

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Type: Foliate head (brows)
Location: Church of Holy Cross
OS GR: SU 042944
Period: Thirteenth-century
Medium: Stone carving
Foliage: Stylised
Mood: Bug-eyed, gleeful
A maniacal character

This crazy, bulging-eyed but strangely friendly character with luxuriant foliate eyebrows, can be found on the west side of the north porch.  He probably dates from the thirteenth-century as the north chapel dates from that period.

Also at Ashton Keynes

  • In the churchyard is the first of four crosses to be found in the village.



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Page created on 9 Sept 2007.  Last updated on 9 Sept 2007.