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§§§ : The Green Man of Notre Dame la Grande, Politiers : 10th century

§§§ : The Green Man of Notre Dame la Grande, Politiers : century

Green Man in the form of a fountain, Litoměřice, Czech Republic (photo Petr Hoffmann)

Green Man in the form of a fountain, Litoměřice, Czech Republic (photo Petr Hoffmann)

Green Man (12th Century) in the church at Bricquebec, Normandy, France (photo Claude Rayon©)

Green Man Century) in the church at Bricquebec, Normandy, France (photo Claude Rayon©)

Carving at entrance to Schloß, Tübingen, Germany.  Date	28 May 2002  Photo	Rebecca Kennison

Carving at entrance to Schloß, Tübingen, Germany,Possibly A Gargoyle.

A 19th Century carving of a horned Green Man in the 12th Century Church of St. Michel d'Entraygues near Angoulême, France (photo Julianna Lees)

A Century carving of a horned Green Man in the Century Church of St. Michel d'Entraygues near Angoulême, France (photo Julianna Le.

Victorian Green Men in the church at Moseley, West Midlands, England (photos Tina Negus)

Green Man Victorian Green Men in the church at Moseley, West Midlands, England…

Green Men on screen friezes in Plympton church, Devon, England (photo Rex Harris)

The Enigma of the Green Man - The Green Man in Britain (towns P - S)

Green Man in the roof timbers of Holy Trinity Church, Coventry, West Midlands, England (photo Mervyn W.

Green Man in the roof timbers of Holy Trinity Church, Coventry, West Midlands, England (photo Mervyn W.

Nottinghamshire Southwell Minster 1 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Nottinghamshire Southwell Minster 1 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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MERMAID~♥Green Man with mermen coming out of his ears on a Century bench end in the Church of the Holy Ghost, Crowcombe, Devon, England (photo Rex Harris

Green man. New College Chapel, Oxford; 14th-century misericord. Photo: Oxford Times

Green Man Trail Oxfordshire New College Chapel, Oxford;

Northampton St Peters © Susan Doncaster

Grave Slab in St Peters Church, Northampton, century. The Green Man is primarily interpreted as a symbol of rebirth (re-naissance), representing the cycle involving growth each spring.

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