Carved crucifix

Description
Many treasures from Somerset churches were destroyed at the Reformation. This alabaster fragment formed part of a crucifixion scene and was carved in Nottingham in about 1500. It probably comes from the church of SS Peter and Paul, Bishopês Hull.
Accession Loan No.
TTNCM : A.3237
Collection Class
Middle Ages
Common Name
carved crucifix
Simple Name
crucifix
Period Classification
Medieval (AD 1066-1500)
Production Date
1425-1475
Production Town
Nottingham
Production County
Nottinghamshire
Production Country
England
Production Continent
Europe
Material
stone, alabaster
Collection Site Name
Manor House
Collection Parish
Bishops Hull
Collection Town
Bishops Hull
Collection County
Somerset
Collection Country
England
Collection Continent
Europe

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