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Hunky punk is Somerset dialect for grotesque carvings on the side of buildings, especially Late Gothic churches. Wright, Peter Poyntz (2004). Hunky Punks: A Study in Somerset Stone Carving (2 e. Such features are especially numerous in Somerset. Though similar in appearance to a gargoyle, a hunky punk is an architectural feature that is purely. Heart of Albion Press.
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All were carved out of stone embedded into the tower to form an integral component of the structure rather than a mere surface decoration. The term ‘hunky punk’ probably derives from two words ‘hunkers’ (meaning squatting on the haunches) and ‘punchy’(meaning short-legged). Many of the examples Peter showed us were from Langport and the South Somerset district, and the range of subjects was amazing – from fabulous creatures like griffins and dragons, or angels and devils, to more ‘domestic’ ones like a woman in childbirth or common animals. Even the more prosaic ones would often have surprising features, such as a dog with webbed feet.
Hunky Punk is Somerset (West Country) dialect for grotesque carvings on the side of buildings (especially churches). It is a local form of Gargoyle or Sheela Na Gig. Further reading. Peter Poyntz Wright, Hunky Punks, Avebury Publishing C.
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