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English: Norman priest's door of SS Medard and Gildard's church, Little Bytham, Lincolnshire, England. The empty circular niche in the semicircular tympanum above the door may once have held a relic of St Medard or Medardus. There is earlier (Saxon) long-and-short stonework at the corner between the two walls.
Date 11 November 2008
Source Self-photographed
Author SiGarb
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Camera location52° 45′ 01.8″ N, 0° 30′ 02.16″ W Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMapinfo

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