Round tower Churches

Who are ya! Who are ya! Ancient and Royal Norfolk is missing most of it’s history?

Ancient and Royal Norfolk’s missing history

The Norfolk dialect may be as broad as it’s history but like its pronunciation, old Norfolk is missing a lot of physical evidence they even existed.

The county loved by ancient civilisations, it was suggested that some these may have helped build early Stonehenge earthworks and white chalkworks. Those ruling the old Royal county of Norfolk also appreciating the magic of chalk streams, from whoever the Anglo-Saxons were, including Saint and King Edmund the Martyr, up to the present day British Monarch’s residence at Sandringham. As the King of Norfolk what would you build to rule your Kingdom from?

Righteous religious mob vandalism and mutilations

William Dowsing Oliver Cromwell Popish Practices

What was so wrong with Churches symbolism and why would ancient large stone crosses be mutilated in Gorleston-On-Sea?

” It is fortunate that any fragments to have survived, for during much of the 17th Century. Cromwell’s soldiers, led by the ferocious William Dowsing, did colossal damage to every form of religious imagery, smashing glass, defacing stone sculpture and firing at wooden roofs in an attempt to obliterate every bit of what they had considered to be the heathen elements of Christian worship. “

Only a Sassenach could doubt this fine example of Norman craftsmanship?

St Andrew’s Church in Wissett Suffolk England with round tower

How can there have been the slightest bit of doubt with the dating and original builders of St Andrew’s Church in Wissett Suffolk, which is a “fine example of Norman craftmanship”?

There were previous suggestions it was a round tower Church built by the puzzling Anglo-Saxons culture, those Sassanochs as the Celtic Scottish called them.