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James_H

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The cast of an ammonite in a mediaeval bridge?
A tunnel?
A mediaeval church with a beautiful rood screen?
 

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The ammonite is not part of the mediaeval bridge.

Can you define what the tunnel is?

The rood screen is from 1600's I believe.
 

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Interesting pictures.

Are you going to name names or do we have to guess?

I'm interested in the church--it looks familiar.
 

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The ammonite is not part of the mediaeval bridge.

Can you define what the tunnel is?

The rood screen is from 1600's I believe.
Ah, I see it's part of the tunnel

No idea? I think I saw something similar as part of the ruined castle at Berwick-upon-Tweed...

Interesting, it looks pretty gothic
 

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I've never been, but I'm going to take a punt: it's Rosslyn Chapel, and the "tunnel" is the remnants of the second building to bear that name.
 

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FYI googling 'Ammonite passage' yields 1 Chronicles 20: 'Joab destroys the Ammonites'. Is that why they went extinct?

I've never read the bible the whole way through, do they also have 'Nebuchadnezzar wipes the floor with the Plesiosaurs'?
 
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