Norse Entwined Serpents
Purbeck Stone on a Plinth of Lisconner Limestone (fossilised worm tracks to surface)
( 131cm H x 35cm W x 4cm Thick)
Mounted to a fixed hardwood Oroco post
This standing stone is of entwined serpents which morph from a tree and emerges into an entwined dragon within a radiating sun. The serpent design was taken from Viking Age metalwork found in the Isle of Man from the C10th . The Scandinavian dragon design was found in England from the C11th.
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