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Angel Roofs: England's Forgotten Treasure
|Roof angel from Holy Trinity church, Blythburgh, Suffolk|
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|Hammerbeam roof of St Wendreda's Church, March, Cambridgeshire is decorated with 118 angels carved in oak.By David Iliff (User:Diliff) [CC BY 3.0]|
|John Salmon / St Peter & St Paul, Cromer, Norfolk - Roof angel CC BY-SA 2.0|
Roof angels are the largest extant body of medieval wood carvings in England. They are a priceless connection with the past. Sadly, art historians and medieval scholars largely neglect these amazing art pieces and beautiful keepers of history.
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