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The Queen of Scots sets her Sights on Lincoln (2018)

This article shows how the statue of Mary Queen of Scots standing in the centre of the rear terrace of Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire, is looking along a landscape feature known as 'The Wine Glass' which, when viewed from above, looks remarkably like the traditional depictions of the Grail Cup. It also shows how upon closer inspection the eyes of the statue are averted in the direction of Lincoln and its enigmatic Gothic Cathedral.

Another article about Hardwick Hall can be found on the Dowsing Sherwood page.

This was originally published as a contributor article on the Dan Green Codex website, however that website no longer exists so any links in the article will no longer work.

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