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On the cornice beneath are a number of grotesques to carry off the roof water: two at each side.A much-worn stoup for holy water is against the inner doorway.The 14th-century aisle terminated in line with the chancel arch.When the aisle was lengthened, the original three-light east window with reticulated tracery was reconstructed in the present 15th century east wall, and the square-headed three-light windows inserted in the north wall, and two in the south wall of the nave.The south doorway is an early example of Early English work and has a curious canopied niche over the apex with flanking buttresses in which are carved two small human figures.
The Museum is run by the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society and is supported by admissions, retail, events and the generosity of our members, present and past.
Follow Archie and Ollie on a gallery trail, build Stonehenge, examine the evidence under a microscope and try on Bronze Age clothes.
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These were the last of the Royal Arms to display the Arms of France in the second quarter.
The pulpit is of stone, with 15th-century stone carving. The altar is crowned with a late 19th-century reredos, which is a Doulton terracotta panel of the Last Supper by George Tinworth.
The oldest parts of the church date from about 1290 although little remains from that period.