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Note: Fig nos in brackets refer to CAMUS book fig nos.

Fig C1 (FIG 12c) SUTTON CH LION

Fig C1 (Fig 12c) Norman carving of recumbent lion. Is it a bench end (Wright 1884), sidepost of a flight of steps (Mee 1945) or part of a portal? (Pevsner 1968) “Two terrifying gargoyles on the church wall have been looking northwards for centuries.” (A Mee)

Fig C2 (Fig 12e) SUTTON CH CHANCEL PISCINA

Fig C2 (Fig 12e) Carved bracket corbel and 13th Century trefoil arch piscine.

Fig C3 (Fig 12f) SUTTON CH CAPITALS

Fig C3 (Fig 12f) Carvings on the chancel arch capitals – almost certainly by the same hand as those at Castor.

Fig C4 (Fig 12g) SUTTON CH SHAFT BASE

Fig C4 (Fig 12g) The base of the chancel arch columns – similar carvings are on the base of columns at Castor.

Fig C5 (Fig 12h) SUTTON CH S PISCINA

Fig C5 (Fig 12h) Piscina in South Chapel.

Fig C6 (Fig 12i) Sutton Ch FONT

Fig C6 (Fig 12i) The font.

Fig C7 (Fig 12j Plan)

Fig C7 (Fig 12j) Church plan.

Fig C8 (Fig 12k) SUTTON Ch Barrel Organ

Fig C8 (Fig 12k) Barrel organ.

Fig C9 (Fig 12l) SUTTON CH 1902 Interior

Fig C9 (Fig 12l) St Michael’s Church Sutton c 1902– only the lighting and heating have changed today.

Fig C10 (Fig 12q) Corbel

Fig C10 (Fig12q) Bracket, possibly a former corbel, now by the altar in the chancel.

Fig C11 SUTTON CH 1993 Interior

Fig C11 Sutton Church interior 1993.

 


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