Albion, ancient sites, Art, sacred sites

The Giant and the Sun – Ikonography (A Thousand Miles of History)

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

We walked back into Cerne Abbas for our final visit of the morning. The plan was that we would give a bit of a tour of the church, pointing out some of the more intriguing iconography and historical features before giving everyone time to explore for themselves. I also wanted to get a full set of photographs as it had been five years since our first visit. We have learned a lot in that time about these old churches and have a much better idea of what to look for. I was bound to have missed many things of which we ought to have taken note. But the best-laid plans of mice, men and serial church-crawlers and all that… It started well, but we got side-tracked.

We did manage to look at the carvings outside the church. They are strange, even for grotesques and gargoyles, being mainly comprised of giants…

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