Hexham Abbey Misericords

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N15 N15
N15: A shield uncharged; modern cf N17, N18, S17
N14 N14
N14: Demi-angel, head cut away, shield with St Andrew's cross
N13 N13
N13: Bouquet of stiff-leaf foliage symbolising a tree
N12 N12
N12: Green Man blowing through his mouth
N11 N11
N11: An evil pard head, or lion mask cf N6, N7, N10, S15
N10 N10
N10: An evil pard head, or lion mask cf N6, N7, N11, S15
N9 N9
N9: Semi-human Green Man, pagan origin cf S8
N8 N8
N8: Green Man in lozenge-shaped leaf pattern cf S14
N7 N7
N7: An evil pard head or lion mask cf N6, N10, N11, S15
N6 N6
N6: An evil pard head cf N7, N10, N11, S15
N5 N5
N5: Two-legged creature, bearded human head, Phrygian bonnet
N4 N4
N4: Bearded and whiskered happy human face cf S9, S11
N3 N3
N3: Satyr, probably female [head broken off]
N2 N2
N2: Female satyr or a lamia - a fabulous she-demon
N1 N1
N1: Bestiary wyvern - a direct representation of the devil
N16 N16
N16: Double five-petalled rose cf S7, S10, S18
N17 N17
N17: A shield uncharged; modern cf N15, N18, S17
N18 N18
N18: A shield uncharged; modern cf N15, N17, S17
N19 N19
N19: A shield uncharged; modern; acorns and oak leaves
S19 S19
S19: Shield, 6 lions rampant in orle (Canon Savage)
S18 S18
S18: Double five-petalled rose cf N16, S7, S10
S17 S17
S17: A shield uncharged; modern cf N15, N17, N18
S16 S16
S16: Single five-petalled rose cf S5
S15 S15
S15: An evil pard head, or lion mask cf N6, N7, N10, N11
S14 S14
S14: A foliate mask cf N8
S13 S13
S13: Four pard heads, lion or leopard masks
S12 S12
S12: Bird; an eagle(?)
S11 S11
S11: Human face, beard, moustache cf N4, S9
S10 S10
S10: Double five-petalled rose cf N16, S7, S18
S9 S9
S9: Human face, beard, moustache cf N4, S11
S8 S8
S8: A Green Man cf N9
S7 S7
S7: Double five-petalled rose cf N16, S10, S18
S6 S6
S6: A female head, typical 14th cent. appearance
S5 S5
S5: Single five-petalled rose cf S16
S4 S4
S4: Shield with a Latin cross in relief
S3 S3
S3: Four elaborated leaves
S2 S2
S2: A cleric with keys, possibly St. Peter
S1 S1
S1: A group of four rosettes