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Head Carving, Melrose Abbey 3D Model
Look up on the walls at the Commendator’s House in Melrose and you might spot this grimacing head carved from fine-grained sandstone. The naturalistic carving shows the head of a balding man, smiling and showing his teeth or tongue. His hair is depicted by parallel wavy lines, and the eyebrows and chin are rather pronounced. This may have been a caricature portrait and dates back to the early 1300s.
The head was originally an ornamental feature of Melrose Abbey in the Scottish Borders. For information on visiting, see our website.
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