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(Catholic Church of Saint Philip the Apostle)

Saint Philip the Apostle

one of the Twelve Apostles. He is protector of trinket merchants. He is depicted holding a cross in his left hand as a symbol of the way in which he died, and a book in his right hand as an emblem of dying for the Word of God
(Wikipedia)
artist unknown
1933

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Mosaic of St Philip in the tympanum of the main doorway. The church was built in 1933 by the architect T.H.B. Scott, and completed with the western part in 1959-60 by his son.

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Location (N 51°35'51" - W 0°11'52")

Item Code: gblo190; Photograph: 17 March 2019
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