The statue of a man in a tunic and short cape clasped at his right shoulder, sculpted in white stone. the figure, set indoors with its back to an arched window, holds a down-pointed sword in his right hand and a scroll in his left.
A half timbered building of two floors, with four sets of leaded windows to the front aspect and one set to the side. the build has a steep, slate roof, with a single chimney placed left of centre. steps and a ramp lead up to its single visible entrance.
Britain in ad 500: the areas shaded pink on the map were inhabited by the celtic britons, here labelled welsh. the pale blue areas in the east were controlled by germanic tribes, whilst the pale green areas to the north were inhabited by the gaels and picts.