N half of C15th rood screen door in St Agnes' Church, Cawston: Flemish paintings of St Gregory dressed as the Pope (defaced) & St Jerome as a cardinal

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N half of C15th rood screen door in St Agnes' Church, Cawston: Flemish paintings of St Gregory dressed as the Pope (defaced) & St Jerome as a cardinal
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Image ID: M0AM05
N half of C15th rood screen door in St Agnes' Church, Cawston: Flemish paintings of St Gregory the Great dressed as the Pope (L) & St Jerome dressed as a cardinal & with his pet lion. Two of the four original Doctors of the Church along with SS Ambrose & Augustine (on S half of door) considered to be "Christian theologians of outstanding merit & acknowledged saintliness." St Gregory's face, name & dove were scratched off by C16th reformers (iconoclasts) who considered him to be "too Papist".
Location: St Agnes' Church, Cawston, Norwich, Norfolk, England, UK