Search terms: Piscinae/Pillar piscinae, Worcestershire
- 1. St Peter, Little Comberton, Worcestershire, England
Parish churchBuilt of rubble masonry with some ashlar. 12thc. nave, later medieval S chapel, W tower and chancel. Romanesque sculpture is found in the N nave doorway, within a porch, in the W window of the N nave wall and on the piscina.
- 2. Pendock, Worcestershire, England
Parish churchThe church, built of rubble and standing in open land at some distance from the present village, consists of a 12thc. nave and chancel, both without aisles, and a 15thc. W tower. A medieval timber porch protects the N doorway, which bears Romanesque sculpture. There are a plain round-headed S doorway, a plain restored piscina with triangular head in the S wall of the sanctuary, and a plain font, all probably of the 12thc. Romanesque sculpture is also found in the chancel arch.