Iglesia San Miguel del Castillo de Turégano de Segovia - Stone mason signes - UNREGISTERED VERSION

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Iglesia San Miguel del Castillo de Turégano de Segovia


- Trinitas 28%, Filius 24%, Spiritus 8%, Alfa 12%, Stonemasons 29%.
- Omega and Maria are absent. Pater is almost absent
- Compass, Trinitas, Cross pattée, and Alfa predominate in the Nave Columns.
- Compass predominates on the Nave Walls, although with only 8 signs.
- The church is within the castle of Turégano in Segovia quite deteriorated.
- Turégano was from 1123 the seat of the bishops of Segovia by Ms.Urraca and Alfonso VII donations. Its construction began in the first half of XII century.
- It has two construction phases. In the 1st phase, it built the apses, the half eastern of the nave and the tower, and there are no signs. In the second phase, it constructed the western half of the nave, and there are stonemason's signs. These two construction phases should correspond to changes in ownership. These two phases are equal to those of the Virgen de la Peña of Sepúlveda.


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