The Symbolism of the Goat on the Norman Font at Thames Ditton
This short article is about an odd carving of a goat on a Norman baptismal font in a church at Thames Ditton, a village south-west of London. The article includes three black & white images, one of them an illustration from a manuscript. The digitized images have been enhanced to bring out what detail they contain; their content has not been edited.
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The print edition of this text was published in London in 1908; the digital edition was created from the original in 2005 by David Badke. The original print edition by George C. Druce is believed to be in the public domain. The digital edition is copyright 2005 by David Badke, but can be used for any non-commercial purpose without further permission. See the copyright notice in the digital edition for more information.
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