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Re: Circles under churches
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Pevesner says.... All Cannings; no mention of sarsens, but Norman beginnings (so probably no saxon) but at All Cannings Cross 3/4 miles an Iron Age settlement and Rybury Camp 1 mile ne..

Bishops Canning - large church, again Norman is the earliest mentioned; apparently it has a penitential chair, or at least where one might have been under a gigantic painted hand with a large number of latin tags (death and sin) painted on the fingers! Kitchen barrow 2 miles away

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Posted by moss
25th January 2007ce

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