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    Issue 21 – April 2024

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    We begin the magazine this month by looking at an aspect of the medieval ceremonial of English medieval Holy Week.  Focusing on the ritual of the sepulchre and the vigil, we look at the material evidence for the sepulchre and whether the objects that are generally known as Easter Sepulchres are any such a thing at all.  Then we head to south Lincolnshire where we introduce to a curious medieval bridge at Crowland, which has an interesting history and no practical purpose. Lastly, we look at the hagiography of St Guthlac, the founder of Crowland, an ascetic known as the English St Anthony, and who lived the final years of his life in a converted long barrow!  

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    Issue 18 – January 2024

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    In this issue, we take you on a visit to one of the finest small churches in England – the delightful Norman gem at Kilpeck in Herefordshire where we explore the meaning behind its array of mid twelfth century sculpture.  Then moving forward in time, we explore instructions that King Edward IV gave for his tomb in St George’s chapel Windsor, which had they been carried out would have formed one of the most lavish funerary ensembles in western Europe.  We look at what remains of the king’s intentions, and what remains of the king himself!  The lastly, we look at a tradition that has long fallen out of use, the funerary hearse, we explore what a hearse is, what a hearse isn’t, and why this piece of funerary paraphenelia is named after a piece of farm equipment.

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