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This carving is from St Wystan’s church at Repton, Derbyshire. Probably from a corbel, dating to 13th – 15th Century. It is possible that it is a caricature of an actual member of the clergy at the church. The item around his neck, which looks much like a modern tie, is actually his seal matrix. It is from its shape, a vesica or oval, that we know he was a cleric. Members of the clergy and women had vesica shaped seals, most men had round seals.
A corbel is a projecting block of stone supporting some horizontal feature and was often carved into a human or animal figure. Sometimes they depicted biblical or fantasy characters, and sometimes they satirised real people, as appears to be the case here.
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