medieval selfies

This is fun! Medieval selfies created by those who build churches in Norfolk, England. There are selfies of men and women which were hidden under a sort of whitewash for a long time. They were found by the Norfolk Medieval Graffiti Survey. Can you believe there is enough medieval graffiti that you could form a group and do a survey? I think it is cool that the workers were able to draw themselves and others and do it without being caught. Essentially this is art of the common people. Enjoy the images http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-norfolk-33098831

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