Freelance consultant for digital heritage

Animal Headed Saints

Today sees the release of the January/February 2016 edition of British Archaeology. It features an article by Prof Michelle Brown and I on the early medieval cross-base at Gulval Church and its unusual depictions of the Four Evangelists.

Whilst my copy of the magazine has yet to be delivered the story has been picked up by Discovery News in a piece entitled “Medieval Monument Depicts Animal-Headed Saints“. Use the arrow buttons or square page buttons to navigate through the story.

Findings also suggest that people from the U.K. at this time were traveling to the Middle East, and vice versa, negating a prior belief that contact between this region and the U.K. was interrupted from about the end of the Roman Empire in the West in 476 A.D. to the start of the Medieval Crusades in 1095 A.D.

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Read about my initial discovery in my post “A Medieval Discovery at Gulval Church, Cornwall“. The British Archaeology and Discovery stories cover subsequent research with Michelle.