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St Petroc's Church, Bodmin
England

The original Norman church of St Petroc in Bodmin was rebuilt with money from the local guilds in the middle of the 15th century. The font dates from the Norman period and is a particularly fine example. To the left of the altar lies the effigy of Thomas Vivian, an early prior of the church.

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