aus Rillen und Naepfchen, der freien Wissensdatenbank

GB - Duxford (county Cambridgeshire, ca. 15 km südöstl. Cambridge). St. John's Church (12. Jh., mehrere ma. Erweiterungen).
"Look for the large number of odd grooves in the stonework throughout the the church. The grooves are thought to have been left by villagers sharpening their arrows."
(Q: http://www.britainexpress.com/attractions.htm?attraction=4111 )
" ... here are also strange marks cut into the stone in various places around the church, where people used to sharpen their arrows in the Middle Ages." - Die Ursachen-Theorie vom Anspitzen der Pfeilspitzen ist in GB Standard.
(Q: http://www.visitchurches.org.uk/Ourchurches/Completelistofchurches/St-Johns-Church-Duxford-Cambridgeshire/ )

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