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The Symbolism of the Goat on the Norman Font at Thames Ditton

By George Claridge Druce

Surrey Archaeology, Volume 21, 1908, pages 109-112

About this Text

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.


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.

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