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Kilpeck Church: Corbels 28 and 29 on South Apse

Corbels 28 and 29 on South Apse

Corbels 28 and 29 on the south apse. On the left is the famous Sheela na gig, an "exhibitionist" figure which can be seen on numerous other churches of the same period. Interpretations are many, and include: the unattractiveness of lust, a Celtic fertility symbol, a goddess figure, etc. Related pages:

Credit: Holly Hayes