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Notes on the Geography of Great Mirror: Photo 7

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The church was built of red sandstone, apparently floated from the hills to the west. The rubble part of this north wall is from the 11th century; the grander ashlar masonry is from the 12th. The earlier part was done during the reign of Henry the Third; the later, during the reign of Henry the Fourth--he who went to Canossa.

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