The C11th Font at St. Peulan, Anglesey, Wales.
St. Peulan was a pupil of St. David and built a church on this spot. Nothing of the original church survives, but the oldest part of the current church is a delight. The font is C11th.
It is a visual feast and destination in itself. The key work pattern echoes ancient Egypt and has been found in early Peruvian and Aztec cultures
It stands as common ground between humans that spans time and place.
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