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St Constantine Chapel, St Merryn, Cornwall. Undated, probably early 1900s

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A view of the ruins of the shale and slate stone medieval Constantine Chapel showing the entrance arch. It is Grade II listed, and was excavated from a large grass covered sand dune which still surrounds it. The chapel is orientated east-west and consisted of a tower at the west end, nave, chancel and south aisle. There is a young girl sitting on the grass on the right hand side. Photographer: Herbert Hughes

Copyright © From the collection of the RIC

Media ID 19309084

Date: 24th September 2019

County: Cornwall

Location Name: 50.530483, -4.983143

: TRURI : EMERn.6

Image Size: 8461 x 6035 Pixels

Filesize is 11.05MB

Associated Categories: St Merryn

Keywords: archaeology, architecture, building, church, cornish, ecclesiastical, excavations, prayer, religion, religious, ruin, slate, stone, tower, west, worship