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One of the historic graffiti carvings in the Beachamp Tower at the Tower of London. 5 Photographs from 2009, Canon 20D, Agisoft Metashape & Blender.
Following information is from “A short sketch of the Beauchamp tower, Tower of London: and also a guide to the inscriptions and devices left on the walls thereof” by William Robertson 1891.
“To the right of Nevile, is the elaborate device of Peverel, one part of which is a representation of the Crucifix, bearing the initials of its superscription, and a bleeding heart; underneath is the word “Peverel.” To the right of the cross is part of the figure of a skeleton, with an illegible inscription ; underneath, to the left, is a shield bearing the arms of the family of Peverel. Of this Peverel we have no account among the committals, and, therefore, can only conjecture the cause of his confinement.