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    Mysterious symbol
    From: John Huth
    Date: 2010 Oct 13, 11:02 -0400

    On Sunday, I visited a church in a town called Stoke d'Abernon in Surrey, UK.   It has a wall that's dated from the 7th century - Saxon.   

    While walking around, I saw a symbol in some mortar used to shore up one of the corners of the church.   The mortar itself seemed like a recent renovation, so I cannot say whether the symbol was something recent (e.g. a gang sign of the Surrey youths) or something older.   The actual corner that the symbol appeared on was from a later period - I think post-Norman invasion.    The Saxon wall had a replica Mass clock

    I attach a drawing I made of it.   If anyone knows what this represents, could you let me know.

    Thanks!

    John Huth

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