Louie da fly Posted Friday at 10:14 PM Share #1 Posted Friday at 10:14 PM (edited) I found this on Facebook. "Stillingfleet. Yorkshire. The church is Norman. The ironwork hinges and decoration on the south door date to much earlier, probably to the middle of the 10th century when York formed part of a Viking kingdom. That would mean that either there was a church here several centuries earlier than was thought, or, more likely, that the door was brought here from elsewhere." The ship appears to be incomplete - by rights it should have an upcurving bow similar to the stern, but it's presumably been lost over the centuries. Steven Edited Friday at 11:33 PM by Louie da fly Cathead, druxey, uss frolick and 16 others 17 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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