A misericord in Holy Trinity Church depicting a griffin, supported on either side by the heads of lions, with protruding tongues
- Holy Trinity Church, Priory Row, Coventry
- Photograph (Negative)
The 15th century misericords in Holy Trinity Church were originally located in the Whitefriars monastery church. The bench stalls which they were attached to remain in the old chapel of St John's Hospital, known as the Old Grammar School. In 1870 the stalls in Holy Trinity Church were restored and 20 of the misericords relocated from the Old Grammar School to the choir of the church. Others were relocated to the Henry VIII Grammar School.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Cox, Mary Desiree
Misericord, Medieval Chapel, Medieval Church, Post Medieval Church, Religion
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