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brasses of sir ralph verney +1546 and family, on a tomb chest brought from ashridge

St John the Baptist, Aldbury, Hertfordshire. Sir Ralph Verney and family, on a tomb chest brought from Ashridge.

Horajti,"Horus del Horizonte" o de la "Tierra de la Salida del Sol".De él dependían los Campos de Juncos antes de ser estos controlados por Osiris. Personificaba el sol en su cenit. Su esposa era Iusaas. Se le representa como halcón coronado por el disco del sol y una cobra en la frente. Como emergía del horizonte de Heliópolis acabó por asimilarse al dios Ra con el nombre compuesto de Ra-Horajti.

The god Re-Horakhty, wearing the sun disc, and the goddess Maat in the tomb of Twosret & Setnakhte.

Goldhanger, Essex. Altar tomb circa 1531 to Thomas Heigham, Alys, Awdrie and Francis, his wives.

Altar tomb circa 1531 to Thomas Heigham, Alys, Awdrie and Francis, his wives.

Pitchford, Shropshire. 1529 William Ottley and his wife Margery Bruyn (a 1530, daughter of John Bruyn of The Hay near Bridgnorth. William Sherrif of Shropshire bought Pitchford and built the hall.  His parents were Thomas Oteley and Anna Scryven of Frodesley.  Their son Thomas 1534 and his wife Kathleen Corbett and grandson Adam Ottley (1578) and Mary (1587) daughter of Sir Richard Manwaring of Ightfield have an engraved slab tombs here

Pitchford, Shropshire. 1529 William Ottley and his wife Margery Bruyn (a 1530, daughter of John Bruyn of The Hay near Bridgnorth. William Sherrif of Shropshire bought Pitchford and built the hall. His parents were Thomas Oteley and Anna Scryven of Frodesley. Their son Thomas 1534 and his wife Kathleen Corbett and grandson Adam Ottley (1578) and Mary (1587) daughter of Sir Richard Manwaring of Ightfield have an engraved slab tombs here

Tomb of Sir John Danvers(d.1514) & Anne Stradling(d.1539). Dauntsey, Wiltshire.

Tomb of Sir John & Anne Dauntsey, Wiltshire.

c1525  St James, Dauntsey, Wiltshire. Ann Danvers (+1539), brass plate at back of tomb-chest, stolen in 2004.

Ann Danvers brass plate at back of tomb-chest, stolen in

Harewell Brasses Tomb bearing the brasses of John Harewell (died 1505), his wife and children in the north east corner of the chancel at Wootton Wawen.

Harewell Brasses Tomb bearing the brasses of John Harewell (died his wife and children in the north east corner of the chancel at Wootton Wawen.

Corner of niche from the tomb of Akhtihotep  Date: ca. 2575–2551 B.C. 4th Dynasty  Saqqara, Egypt

Corner of niche from the tomb of Akhtihotep Period: Old Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 4 Reign: reign of Snefru Date: ca. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Memphite Region, Saqqara; includes the Serapeum, Mastaba of Akhtihotep Medium: Limestone, paint

Cadaver brasses of John Hampton and his wife, Minchinhampton Church, Gloucestershire.

Cadaver brasses of John Hampton and his wife, Minchinhampton Church, Gloucestershire.

st.mary's church , slaugham    richard covert's 3 wives, from the back of his easter sepulchre / tomb of 1547. their speech scrolls say [elizabeth fagge] "thou who comest to redeem the lost", [elizabeth nevyle] "have mercy now, O christ, we beg and beseech thee" and [jane ashburnham] "god in thy mercy I have always trusted"

st.mary's church , slaugham richard covert's 3 wives, from the back of his easter sepulchre / tomb of 1547. their speech scrolls say [elizabeth fagge] "thou who comest to redeem the lost", [elizabeth nevyle] "have mercy now, O christ, we beg and beseech thee" and [jane ashburnham] "god in thy mercy I have always trusted"

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