Talk:Keble College, Oxford

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Keble dinosaur[edit]

I found some old posting about the semi-famous Keble dinosaurs. The poster asked about the copyright of the "work" believing it was signed K.P.G. I can confirm that KPG is not the original author of the work but merely the handle of two public spirited undergraduates who "touched up" the fading white dinosaur in 1980. The letters refer to the Keble Play Group who were an infrequently meeting band of brethren who visited non-destructive pranks on the residents of Keble College I the late 1970's and the early 1980's. The original white dinosaur predates this period by a number of years (hence needing a bit of help in 1980). The blue dinosaur is not worthy of comment — Preceding unsigned comment added by 88.0.92.228 (talk) 21:08, 21 June 2014 (UTC)

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Keble College, Oxford
The interior of the dining hall at Keble College in Oxford, England. Established in 1870 as a monument to John Keble, a leading member of the Oxford Movement, the college is the largest (by rooms) of constituent colleges of the University of Oxford. Its neo-gothic red-brick buildings, designed by William Butterfield, housed 433 undergraduates and 245 graduate students in the 2011/12 academic year.Photograph: David Iliff


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