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Carving entitled 'Family I'

Ernst Blensdorf carved Family I in the studio of his family home •Gladenê (Norwegian for •joyê) in Bruton. Positive images of families recurred in his work at this time. The...

Temporary grave marker for Captain Maud

This wooden cross was used to mark Captain C C Maudês temporary grave. He was killed while leading his men in an attack at Ploegsteert Wood, Belgium, in December 1914....

Painting of Thomas Lyte (1568-1638)

The Lytes were Somerset gentry who had lived in the county at least since the 13th century. They created the beautiful manor house which survives at Lytes Cary. This portrait...

Painting of Edmund Wyndham (1601-1683)

Edmund Wyndham was a leading Somerset Royalist during the Civil War. In 1644 he besieged Taunton, bombarding the castle from the west and the town from the east. When Robert...

Model of the Gateway to India

This model of the Gateway to India commemorates the Somerset Light Infantry leaving India, as the last battalion to leave in 1948. It was presented to the regiment by the...

Toy axe

This wooden axe was found beside the Sweet Track and is probably a childês toy. The axe made from two pieces of oak and may be the earliest toy from...

Field communion set

This field communion set was used during the First World War by Christian chaplains who served with the Somerset Light Infantry....

Zulu shield

This brown and white cowhide Zulu shield was acquired by the Somerset Light Infantry during the Zulu wars....

Carved panel

This panel was probably made for Taunton Priory. It includes the arms of Richard Fox, Bishop of Winchester, and the initials of William Yorke, Prior of Taunton. Yorke was nominated...

Boneshaker bicycle

The Boneshaker bicycle was four times faster than walking, but its iron-tyred wheels made it uncomfortable. This boneshaker was made in 1866 for Mr Frampton May of Bridgwater. Its rubber...