Thursday, 23 September 2010

Mediaeval wall painting Imber Church


Imber Village on Salisbury Plain, normally closed for army training, was open at the weekend and I went to see the recently restored traces of mediaeval wall paintings. The presence of these in such a remote tiny village in the Middle Ages points to their ubiquity. These images are said to represent Avarice. The man with a horn on his head is the Devil.

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  1. very interesting,I went as well but didnt see these ,the other one looks like an evil mickey mouse

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