Merton College was established in 1264 by Walter de Merton, Lord Chancellor and Bishop of Rochester. One of the most unusual and striking visual aspects of Merton is the sculpure over the gatehouse. The artist is unknown. It's not quite clear what the sculpure symoblises but there are obvious biblical as well as mystical references. Try and spot the unicorn and the jumping rabbit in the foreground.
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