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Winchester Cathedral medieval floor tiles (old and new) - Winchester, Hampshire, England

Medieval floor tiles (old) have been patched using modern copies (new). One of the tour guides said that Winchester Cathedral has one of the largest expanses of original medieval floor tiles in Britain. *** Winchester Cathedral in Hampshire was once at the heart of Saxon and then medieval government. Several Anglo-Danish kings were buried here including King Canute. The second Norman King, William II or William Rufus was also buried here and it hosted King Richard The Lionheart's second…

Medieval Tiles at St Edburg's Church - Leigh, Worcestershire

Encaustic Medieval tiles tiles that have been dated to circa 1455. St Edburg's Church, Leigh, Worcestershire. View On Black

Tree of Life - Medieval Tiles - Photos from the church and almshouses of St Cross, Winchester, Hampshire, England.

Photos from the church and almshouses of St Cross, Winchester, Hampshire, England.

Image of Medieval Floor tiles from the Weoley Castle Ruins archive. Data copyright © Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery

Weoley Castle is a fortified, medieval manor-house situated four miles to the southwest of Birmingham city centre in the historic county of Worcestershire (National Grid Reference SP 02158275). The site entered into the ownership of Birmingham City Council in c.1930 and thereafter two campaigns of archaeological excavation were undertaken; between 1932 and 1940 and 1955 and 1962. More recently the site has been subject to an ambitious initiative,

Back to the Middle Ages, animal designs were very popular on Italian pottery. This tile, part of a large collection of Medieval tiles, is hand painted in Sicily by Giacomo Alessi. The copper oxide is the predominant glaze here as it was at the end of the first millennium.

Back to the Middle Ages, animal designs were very popular on Italian pottery. This tile, part of a large collection of Medieval tiles, is hand painted in Sicily by Giacomo Alessi. The copper oxide is the predominant glaze here as it was at the end of the first millennium.