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Jean de Marville, Claus Sluter, Claus de Werve - The Tomb of Philip The Bold Duke of Burgundy, 1390 in the Salle des gardes at the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy (Museum of Fine Arts) in Dijon (France) originally located at Chartreuse de Champmol - Netherlands. Large HQ

the Bold tomb (Надгробие Филиппа Смелого) (Placed in Chartreuse de Champmol).

Jean de Marville, Claus Sluter, Claus de Werve - Tomb of Duke John the Fearless and Margaret of Bavaria

Jean de Marville, Claus Sluter, Claus de Werve - Tomb of Duke John the Fearless and Margaret of Bavaria, 1390 in the Salle des gardes at the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy (Museum of Fine Arts) in Dijon (France) - Netherlands. Photo by Stan Parry.

Beatrice D’Este’s Tomb:  Certosa di Pavia, Lombardy, Italy 29 June 1475--3 January 1497 wife of Ludovico Sforza Duchess of Bari and of Milan

Beatrice D’Este’s Tomb: Certosa di Pavia, Lombardy, Italy 29 June January 1497 wife of Ludovico Sforza Duchess of Bari and of Milan

Elizabeth I, Queen of England and Ireland The daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, she succeeded her half sister Mary in November 1558. Known as the ‘Virgin Queen’, she had a reign of 44 years and was the last Tudor monarch. Elizabeth died on 24 March 1603 at Richmond Palace. Her remains were buried beside her half sister, Mary I at Westminster Abbey. On Elizabeth’s tomb, it says, “Consorts both in throne and grave, here we rest two sisters, Elizabeth and Mary, in hope of our…

Queen Elizabeth Tomb in Westminster Abbey. It is said that her half sister, Mary 1 (as known as Bloody Mary for burning all the Protestants alive) is also buried in the same tomb.

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great grandmother, Charlotte de Bourbon, Queen of Cyprus

Tomb of Queen Leonora, Daughter of Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine…

Grave Marker- Tomb of Queen Leonora, Daughter of Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine & wife of King Alfonso VIII.

Sorrow in stone...

Tomb of Arnold Savage Landor Walter Savage Landor and Julia's son, in the English Cemetery The work of Michael Auteri Pomar- monument characterized by large-scale sculpture of Landor's wife, Julia

John II of Castile - Grandfather of Katherine of Aragon, father of Isabel of Castile

Juan II of Castile - Prince of Asturias from 1405 until he became king in He married twice, to Maria of Aragon and Isabella of Portugal, and had children with both wives.

St Andrew's church, Wroxeter - tomb-chest of Sir Thomas Bromley The first of three outstanding alabaster tomb chests in the church, all with their original colouring. This is of Sir Thomas Bromley (d.1555), and his wife Mabel. He was Chief Justice of England, and an executor of the will of Henry VIII. It was probably made by Richard Parker of Burton-on-Trent.

The first of three outstanding alabaster tomb chests in the church, all with their original colouring. This is of Sir Thomas Bromley and his wife Mabel. He was Chief Justice of England, and an executor of the will of Henry.

Robert Curthose (1054 - 1134). Eldest son of William I and Matilda of Flanders. Robert and his father did not get along leading William to want to disinherit Robert. He gave Robert the Duchy of Normandy and gave England to his second son, William Rufus. Robert launched a failed rebellion against his brother in 1088. When William II died his younger brother Henry I seized the throne, and Robert tried to invade again in 1101. In 1106 Henry took over Normandy from Robert.

Robert [Curthose] Duke of Normandy, dispossessed and imprisoned by younger brother Henry King of England, buried in Gloucester Cathedral

The Tomb of King Henry IV and his Wife Joan of Navarre

The Tomb of King Henry IV and his Wife Joan of Navarre Canterbury Cathedral great grandparents

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