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The wonderfully enigmatic Wilmington Giant. No one seems sure whether he's very, very ancient (possibly neolithic), Anglo Saxon (apparently the Sutton Hoo Helmet has a similar figure on it) or even an 17 century artwork. He was known locally in the 1800's as the green man as he would only appear as a faint scar in the Downland turf at certain times of the day and year. That was until the Victorians decided to 'tidy' him up by laying kerb stones over his form. There is constant speculations as to what they accidentally missed out (or deliberately edited out!)

Wood engraving hand printed onto Zerkall mould made paper in an edition of 100. The block measures 120mm x 85mm

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