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Winchester Cathedral: the south transept with Bishop Wilberforce's memorial

Armstead, Henry Hugh (1828-1905)
NOTES: Construction on this cathedral began in 1079 in Norman style. The nave was completely remodelled in Perpendicular style to designs by master mason William Wynford and was completed in the 1400s. The Wilberforce memorial is by Sir George Gilbert Scott of 1873 and the effigy is 1878 by Henry Armstead.

Durham Cathedral: the nave arcade with effigy of James Britton (Master of Durham School, and Professor of 'Sacred Theology'

Smith, Charles Raymond (fl. 1840)
NOTES: The effigy is by Charles R. Smith, dated 1839.

Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, St Katharine and All Saints, Edington, Wiltshire: the nave looking towards the altar with the monument to Sir Edward Leys to the right.

NOTES: This cruciform church was built in Early English style in 1352-1361 by William of Edington. It was restored by Charles Edwin Ponting from 1887-1892. The monument to Sir Edward Lewys is c. 1630.

St Thomas, East Clandon, Surrey: monument to Baron Stuart Rendel

Goodhart-Rendel, Harry Stuart (1887-1959)
NOTES: Stuart, Baron Rendel (1834+óÔé¼ÔÇ£1913), was an industrialist, politician, and philanthropist. Goodhart-Rendel was his grandson.

Mastaba Tombs (A-G); Pyramids and Attendant Buildings (H-N): plans, sections and perspectives

SOURCE: J. C. Palmes (ed.). Sir Banister Fletcher's A History of architecture, 18th ed.(London: Athlone Press, 1975), p. 15

Great Pyramid of Cheops (Khufu), Gizeh (A-E); Funerary Temple Tombs, Beni-Hasan of Mentuhetep (F-K); Tombs of the Kings, Thebes (L-Q): perspectives and section

SOURCE: J. C. Palmes (ed.). Sir Banister Fletcher's A History of architecture, 18th ed. London: Athlone Press, 1975), p. 23