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  1. Zolonris says:
    Jan 31,  · In the folklore of Northumbria, the Sockburn Worm was a ferocious wyvern that laid waste to the village of Sockburn in Durham. It was said that the beast was finally slain by John Conyers. The tale is said by many to be the inspiration for Lewis Carroll 's poem Jabberwocky which he wrote while in Croft-on-Tees and Whitburn.
  2. Nale says:
    Jun 01,  · Into our countdown slithers the Sockburn Worm. According to local legend, Sir John Conyers slew the Sockburn Worm with his falchion – allegedly that which is still housed in Durham Cathedral (though not on display, perhaps being kept securely in case it is ever needed to deal with a future dragon infestation).
  3. Mekinos says:
    Mar 12,  · The Infernal Sea/Old Corpse Road -- 'Insidious Art and Serpentine Rites' Split 7" This release features two of the UK's finest and upcoming black metal acts, both offering a different take on the.
  4. Ner says:
    Jul 11,  · In the folklore of Northumbria, the Sockburn Worm was a ferocious wyvern that laid waste to the village of Sockburn in Durham. It was said that the beast was finally slain by John Conyers. The tale is said by many to be the inspiration for Lewis Carroll's poem Jabberwocky which he wrote while in Croft on Tees and bruganinameniv.leututognabarlilittmortpertietopfirs.co Of Birth: Durham.
  5. Nabei says:
    Dec 09,  · The Sockburn Worm was tied to the ceremonial ritual of the Palatinate. The Conyers heir was tasked with offering the famous falchion – a blade now held in Durham Cathedral’s Treasury – to any new Bishop of Durham as he crossed the River Tees at Sockburn. Bishop Cosin records the pomp and excitement associated with the ceremony in
  6. Kekinos says:
    The ancestors of the Conyers came to England in the train of William I., at the time of the Conquest, and an effigy, said to be that of Sir John Conyers, the hero of the Worm story, now in Sockburn Hall, whither it was removed at the demolition of the old church, represents a crosslegged knight of the 13th century, clad in chain armour, with his feet resting on a lion .
  7. Arazuru says:
    May 12,  · It is a depiction of Sir John Conyers, of County Durham doing the job of slaying the Sockburn Worm, also of County Durham. This tale was supposed to inspire Lewis Carroll to write Jabberwocky: One, two!
  8. Dukazahn says:
    Sockburn is a village and former civil parish to the south of Darlington in County Durham, bruganinameniv.leututognabarlilittmortpertietopfirs.co is situated at the apex of a meander of the River Tees, known locally as the Sockburn bruganinameniv.leututognabarlilittmortpertietopfirs.co, all that remains of the village is an early nineteenth-century mansion, a ruined church and a farmhouse built in the late eighteenth century.
  9. Zulugar says:
    Worm is very very SI heavy. I blame CYOAs. 😛It's actually possible this is undercounting as folks don't always tag their fic well. The list: All Worm SI or OC fic. For funsies I ran the numbers to compare Worm to the other fandoms I follow. Doing the same search for SIs or OCs: Worm: % ( of 5,) The Good Place: % (8 of ).

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