From THE TELEGRAPH:
What is believed to be the first ever example of English in a British church has been discovered. But now it seems no one can quite decipher exactly what the inscription on the wall of Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire actually says.
It was hidden for 350 years behind a monument to a local aristocrat who was 'martyred' in the English Civil War for his support of King Charles I but rediscovered in January by astonished conservators. And baffled experts have resorted to asking members of the public with a keen eye for deciphering puzzles to have a look at the text, and a computer-enhanced version, to see if they can help out.
So, there you have it. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to come up with the words you think MIGHT have been written on a church wall in England five hundred years ago.