A respond capital, carved in high relief with the figures of a lion (left) and a griffin (right) separated by a tree-like motif. The face of the lion is missing and its hindquarters are very much abraded. The griffin has lost its beak.

An00022105 001 l

Thing

Exhibition
G40 Medieval Gallery
Made Of
stone
Type of Thing
capital
Subject
mammal, tree/bush, griffin
Techniques
carved

Place

Found In
Lewes
In Gallery
G40/stand
Made In
England

Time

Acquired In
2004
Made
1150-1175
Period/Culture
Late Medieval

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