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wilburwhateley:

Druids’ Temple by Pierre “Asahi” Raveneau from The Rats in the Walls*****Exham Priory had remained untenanted, though later allotted to the estates of the Norrys family and much studied because of its peculiarly composite architecture; an architecture involving Gothic towers resting on a Saxon or Romanesque substructure, whose foundation in turn was of a still earlier order or blend of orders—Roman, and even Druidic or native Cymric, if legends speak truly.                                                ~Lovecraft, The Rats in the Walls

wilburwhateley:

Druids’ Temple by Pierre “Asahi” Raveneau from The Rats in the Walls
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Exham Priory had remained untenanted, though later allotted to the estates of the Norrys family and much studied because of its peculiarly composite architecture; an architecture involving Gothic towers resting on a Saxon or Romanesque substructure, whose foundation in turn was of a still earlier order or blend of orders—Roman, and even Druidic or native Cymric, if legends speak truly.
                                               ~
Lovecraft, The Rats in the Walls