St Peter, Rodmell
Described as a "mish-mash" by James Antony Syms in his East Sussex Country Churches due to the varying styles evident within the church, mostly Norman from when the church belonged to Lewes Priory.
There was another example of a concentric triangle graffiti, similar to the one at Kingston. There is also an example of ship graffiti - a 20cm high ship with possibly a crow's nest above the rigging. St Peter is known as the patron saint of shipwrights and fishermen, so this could be a devotional image.