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|TitleOfWork:||five relief carvings|
|Dimensions:||Height: 61; Length: 84; Depth: 5 cm|
|Location:||Conisbrough Castle. (SK515989)|
|ImageCopyright:||Sheffield Hallam University|
|Description: 5 limestone panels (not yet installed).
These show four different scenes from everyday life in and around the castle:
Musicians - showing three musicians, one with a small hand drum, one with a viol and one with a set of small pipes.
A mediaeval banquet - showing the high table, diners, a dog beneath it, a servant and a storyteller or jester.
The construction of castle.
A kitchen scene (photographed).
The fifth panel depicts an ornamental cross.
Commission: Funded by the Ivanhoe Trust
Comment: These have still not yet been installed. One, the kitchen scene, is on display in the visitors' centre.