Bricks covered the walls and ceiling–if indeed you could call the arch overhead a ceiling. They weren’t the symmetrical rectangular bricks I was used to, rather these bricks were thick and thin, long and short, pock-marked and smooth. These bricks were around six-hundred-years-old!
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