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Trest Sen Peran

Category: Archaeology

Oratory Algae

Still a few inches of water inside the oratory covered with green algae

Not So Wet

The water level has been much lower than in most years.  There is approximately 25 cm (10″) within the oratory,…

Cornwall Archaeological Society

A little fog and drizzle did not dampen the enthusiasm today of 13 members of C.A.S. as they accompanied a…

Modern Archaeology

Following clearing and burning on Penhale Sands this transmission housing from a small mid 20th century vehicle lies uncovered.

Old Church Beam

This decorated oak beam is thought to have come from the old church.  It may be viewed at Perranzabuloe museum…

Window Sill

A few pieces of disarticulated dressed stone still lie around the old church.  Here, bottom right, is what appears to…

December Sunshine at the Oratory

The picture captures the oratory as the last of the day’s sunshine bathes the tops of the walls.

Hairy Encounter at the Old Church

The column base at the entrance to the tower at the old church is decorated with a quantity of animal…

The Old Church

The picture from May 2012 shows Eileen informing a group about the excavation at the old church.

Compound Clearing

The photo shows Jane clearing the former fenced compound  at the oratory earlier this month.

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