To Say Nothing of the Dog, or, How We Found the Bishop's Bird Stump at Last Setting & Symbolism

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Bishop's Bird Stump

The bird stump is a cast-iron vase, embossed with numerous scene from the bible and antiquity, along with a few scene from later history including the death of Mary Queen of Scots.

Coventry Cathedral

Also known as St. Michael's cathedral, the Coventry cathedral is the second structure bearing the name, and is a Gothic church of 14th century construction. The cathedral was bombed during World War II, and remains in ruins to this day, though a new cathedral, the third to bear the name has been built at another location.

The Net

The net is a small square of space which shifts through time. Its function is governed by the rules of quantum physics and it cannot theoretically transport anything through time that will affect the outcome of major historical events.

Muching's End

The Mering's family estate is large, and includes gardens and a dock...

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