Eleanor of Aquitaine between her son-Richard I and 2nd husband Henry II Tomb effigy at Fontevrault, France
the bizarre sculpted effigies on the Tomb of Catherine de Medici and Henry II, by sculptor Germain Pilon in the Valois Chapel, 1583 - Basilica St. Denis - Paris
Profile from effigy of Thomas Plantagenet, Duke of Clarence, wearing a Lancastrian collar; 2nd son of Henry IV, brother of Henry V, killed in the Battle of Bauge in 1421; Saint Michael's Chapel/Canterbury Cathedral
Blanche Mortimer died in 1347. She is buried in the chancel of Much Marcle parish church. Close up of the effigy.
Detail of the monument to Sir George St Paul and hie wife
The Queen Victoria and Prince Albert Sculptures at Frogmore Mausoleum, by Baron Carlo Marochetti
Effigy of the wife of Francois I (+ 1362/1363) and a weeper beneath said effigy - La Sarraz, Switzerland Deventer Burgerscap: A tight fitting hood with armpit straps.
Gloucester cathedral - Tragic sisters | by jmc4 - Church Explorer
Eleanor of Aquitaine's effigy at Fontrevault. Queen of France and England, she was known for her passion for reading. Lovely.