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L'Arc de Triomphe, Paris

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Chalgrin, Jean-Francois Therese (1739-1811)

Albert Memorial, Kensington Gore, London, seen from the south

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Scott, Sir George Gilbert (1811-1878)

Approach of the simoon (or wind storm) near the Sphinx in the desert at Giza

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SOURCE: David Roberts and William Brockedon. Egypt and Nubia (London, 1846-1849), vol. 3, pl. 28

Shahyad Monument, Tehran

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Amanat, Hossein (1942-)
NOTES: This was renamed the Azadi, or Freedom, Monument.

St Helen, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire: detail of the Garrad Monument showing Sir John Garrad and Elizabeth, his wife

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NOTES: The Garrard Monument is located on the west wall of the north transept and is undated. Crafted in marble of various colours, it consists of a round arch surmounted by a broken entablature and supported on Corinthian columns of blue marble. Within the arch lie the semi-reclining figures of Sir John (died c.1637) and Elizabeth Garrad. The kneeling figures of six sons and eight daughters, carved in high relief, adorn the base of the monument.

St Mary, Chartham, Kent: monumental brass of Sir Robert de Septvans (d.1306) depicted as a knight lying cross-legged in chainmail

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NOTES: This brass is believed by some to commemorate Sir William de Septvans, who died in 1323.

St Lawrence, Mereworth, Kent

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NOTES: This church was built for John Fane, Earl of Westmorland, and its design has been attributed to Colen Campbell, James Gibbs, Thomas Archer and Roger Morris.

St Bartholomew, Quorndon, Leicestershire: detail from the monument to John Farnham (d.1587), showing him in full active life on the battelfield

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Evesham, Epiphanius (1570-1634)
NOTES: The tomb is attributed to the Elizabethan sculptor Epiphanius Evesham.

All Saints, Spelsbury, Oxfordshire: the monument to George Henry Lee, 3rd Earl of Litchfield (d. 1722)

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Keene, Henry (1726-1776)
NOTES: This church of Norman foundation was entirely rebuilt during the 18th century. The monument to George Henry Lee, one of a series of Litchfield monuments in the church, was designed by Henry keene and executed by the sculptor W. Tyler.
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