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Re: Circles under churches
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Most impressive are the stones at Chesham in Bucks..Ocifant sent me some photos showing that the stones are beneath the quoins. Elsewhere though such as at Broomfield in Essex, a large puddingstone has been laid horizontally. It is partly inside the church and partly outside, SUSPENDED about a foot from the ground and protruding about two feet from the exterior wall. Either the ground level has since been lowered or it was set into the wall with no supporting function whatsoever.

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Posted by PeterH
18th August 2005ce

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