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Church of St Mary the Virgin, Bottesford, Leicestershire: detail of monument canopy to the sixth Earl of Rutland

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Johnson, Nicholas
NOTES: The church dates back to the 13th century, but was altered in the 14th century and over the subsqequent centuries. The west tower and spire were completely rebuilt in 1876. The chancel was rebuilt in the 16th century to accommodate the monuments of the Manners family (seen here), the Earls and Dukes of Rutland. The monument to the sixth Earl is 1632 by Nicholas Johnson. See RIBA148108 for a black and white version of this image.

Church of St Mary the Virgin, Bottesford, Leicestershire: detail of coat of arms atop the monument to the sixth Earl of Rutland

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Johnson, Nicholas
NOTES: The church dates back to the 13th century, but was altered in the 14th century and over the subsqequent centuries. The west tower and spire were completely rebuilt in 1876. The chancel was rebuilt in the 16th century to accommodate the monuments of the Manners family (seen here), the Earls and Dukes of Rutland. The monument to the sixth Earl is 1632 by Nicholas Johnson. See RIBA148109 for a black and white version of this image.

Church of St Mary the Virgin, Bottesford, Leicestershire: the monument to the sixth Earl of Rutland with the tomb monument to the first Earl of Rutland in the foreground

RIBA158351
Parker, Richard
NOTES: The church dates back to the 13th century, but was altered in the 14th century and over the subsqequent centuries. The west tower and spire were completely rebuilt in 1876. The chancel was rebuilt in the 16th century to accommodate the monuments of the Manners family (seen here), the Earls and Dukes of Rutland. The monument to the sixth Earl of Rutland is 1632 by Nicholas Johnson and to the first Earl is 1543 by Richard Parker. See RIBA148110 for a black and white version of this image.

Church of St Nicholas, Rushbrooke, Suffolk: a side chapel to the south with monuments to the Jermyn family

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NOTES: The reclining figure in the background is the monument to Thomas Jermyn, who died aged 15 in 1692.

Church of St Nicholas, Rushbrooke, Suffolk: the monument to Thomas Jermyn in the south chapel

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NOTES: The monument is to Thomas Jermyn, who died aged 15 in 1692.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: monuments to the Alard family

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NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. The monuments date to c. 1310-1320.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: detail of gargoyle in the corner of one of the Alard monuments

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NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: detail of the Alard Monument

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NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. The Alard Monument is c.1310-1320.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: detail of carved niche on the left hand side of the Alard Monument

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NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. The Alard Monument is c.1310-1320.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea: monument possibly to the Alard family

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NOTES: This was or was planned as a cruciform church, but the nave was either never finished or was burned by the French in the 14th century. The chancel with aisles and the arches and ruins of the transepts remain. Except for the 15th century west porch, what remains though, is still largely 14th century. The Alard Monument is c.1310-1320.

26 Martyrs' Monument, Nagasaki

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Imai, Kenji (1895-1987)
NOTES: The sculptor for the memorial was Funakoshi Yasutake. The memorial is part of the 26 Martyrs' Museum complex.
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