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Sheldon, Birmingham, United Kingdom

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Description

At St. Giles Church, a monolith was discovered on Dec 30th, 2020. It appeared without a trace in the night, and it's unknown who or what placed the monolith in the churchyard in Sheldon.

This monolith is taller than other monoliths, and more slender than the typical monolith. It has a marking that appears like a 'backward S' or fractional Roman numeral - 1 ⁄ 72.

Notes
The map pin is nowhere near Birmingham! Please correct.
Dates & Classification
Date Spotted
Classification
Questionable monoliths, not confirmed to be knockoffs but likely considering the origin or appearance of the monolith.
Physical Qualities
Material
Generic Metal
Construction
Welded
Number of Sides
Four Sides (Rectangular or Square)
Texture
Unfinished surface
Patterned
Illustration
Top Geometry
Inclined Plane
Markings
Symbols
Art
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