carved stone sculpture in the church
the links below to go to the pages
and doors of the church decorated with carved human heads.
The beams of
the roof of the nave held on grotesque human heads
Strange animals and humans around
the top of the tower
stones holding the roof beams decorated with foliage designs from
the Victorian restoration
The South Aisle
The North Aisle
Anderson M D,
1938. Animal carvings in British churches. Cambridge, Cambridge
Donald Findlay, Richard Halsey, Elizabeth Williamson, 1996, third
edition. Recording a church: an illustrated glossary. Practical
Handbook in Archaeology 7. York, Council for British Archaeology.
Givens, Jean A.
2005. Observation and image making in Gothic art, Cambridge,
Cambridge University Press.
1998, 2nd edition. Churches and chapels: investigating places of
worship. Practical Handbook in Archaeology 8. York, Council
for British Archaeology.
CORSAIR. Online research resource of The Pierpont Morgan Library.
The Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts.
of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland.
Medieval Bestiary. Including bibliography on
The Ecclesiological Society, Select bibliography: churches, their
furnishings, and use.