16th Century Sarcophagus?

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16th Century Sarcophagus?

Below the window is a superb late sixteenth-century panel, perhaps originally part of a sarcophagus, carved with a rosette, fleur de lys, birds, rose-bushes, trees and scrolls. Roses, jackdaws and scrolls also appear in the ceiling of Barton Kirke (dated 1585) and on the Dawes coat of ams with its familial ‘daws’ or jackdaws.