Posted on June 24, 2011 by Tony McMahon
Wooden figures of the dead were often placed next to tombs – life like images of the deceased
Category: Templar News
Tags: burial, death, death mask, Edward the Confessor, effigies, england, funeral, henry, Henry VIII, history, Medieval, middle ages, westminster abbey, William, World War II
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