This striking table tomb for Sir Richard de Fresne who died in 1375.

 St Michael and All Angels, Moccas, Herefordshire
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St Michael's was built around 1130, on the site of a much earlier 5th century church dedicated to St Dyfrig, or Dubricius.

This striking table tomb, for Sir Richard de Fresne who died in 1375. is set in the centre of the chancel. The effigy shows a knight in armour, his legs crossed, his feet resting on a small dog. Despite what many church guides claim crossed legs do not indicate that a knight had been on a Crusade.
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