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The tombs, monuments, &c., visible in S. Paul"s Cathedral (and S. Faith"s beneath it) previous to its destruction by fire A.D. 1666.

by Payne Fisher

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Published in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • St. Paul"s Cathedral (London, England),
  • Epitaphs -- London.,
  • London (England) -- Tombs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Major Payne Fisher ... edited by G. Blacker Morgan.
    SeriesGenealogica curiosa -- vol. I
    ContributionsMorgan, George Blacker.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS436.L7 P3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv p., 1 l., 190 p.
    Number of Pages190
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24149506M
    LC Control Number03005333

    There's much to explore in St Paul's Cathedral, the stunning Baroque church designed by Sir Christopher Wren in Alongside the awe-inspiring interiors and the striking dome with its three galleries, the crypt is home to tombs of some of the nation's greatest heroes including Admiral Lord Nelson and the Duke of Wellington. St Paul's Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in London, United Kingdom, which, as the cathedra of the Bishop of London, serves as the mother church of the Diocese of sits on Ludgate Hill at the highest point of the City of London and is a Grade I listed dedication to Paul the Apostle dates back to the original church on this site, founded in AD Denomination: Church of England.

    Monument to Major-General Sir William Ponsonby in the crypt of St Paul's Cathedral, London (). The winged figure of Victory symbolises the general's death at the Battle of Waterloo. A Victorian wall monument () at St Paul's Church, Shadwell, London.   A view of Old St Paul’s, before the fire of from: SCT , William Dugdale, The History of St. Pauls Cathedral in London: From its Foundation Untill these Times , (London, ). Ironically, the building of Old St Paul’s had begun after another fire in , which completely destroyed an Anglo-Saxon church on the same site (in.

      According to the book, "The Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul: The Burial Place of the Russian Imperial Family", Grand Duke George Alexandrovich's tomb is located in the main Cathedral (Tomb 40 in the above link). He is surrounded in tomb 15 by Czar Alexander III, Czar Alexander II (tomb 13), and Empress Marie Alexandrovna (tomb 14). A survey of tombs in St Paul's Cathedral, published , is Holland's Monumenta Sepulchraria Sancti Pauli.. St Paul's Cathedral monumental inscriptions are included in a national survey (updated through ), which is available online.. A survey of tombs in St. Paul's Cathedral, published , is Ecclesia Sancti Pauli Illustrata, c.. Transcripts of early St Paul's Cathedral, London.


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The tombs, monuments, &c., visible in S. Paul's Cathedral (and S. Faith's beneath it) previous to its destruction by fire A.D. Author: Payne Fisher ; G Blacker Morgan. The tombes, monuments, and sepulchral inscriptions, lately visible in St.

Pauls cathedral, monuments St. Faith's under it. Compleatly rendred in Latin and English, with several historical discourses, on sundry persons intombed therein.

A work never yet performed by any author old or new. Of the many funerary monuments that once filled medieval St Paul's, only seven survived the Great Fire of London in Five remain as fragmentary effigies: Sir Nicholas Bacon (d.

), Sir Thomas Heneage The tombs. ) and Lady Anne Heneage (d. ), Sir John Wolley (d. ) and Elizabeth Wolley (d. ), and William Hewitt (d.

Eight essays discuss the history of St Paul's, demonstrating &c. role of the cathedral in the formation of England's church and state from the 7th century onwards; nine essays examine the organisation and function of the cathedral during the Middle Ages, looking at, for example, the arrangement of the precinct, the tombs, the Dean's household during the 15th century, the liturgy and the archaeology.

Drawing, `Gordon's Tomb, St. Paul's Cathedral', Charles Paul Edouard () Labels and date. General Gordon, killed during the siege of Khartoum inwas revered as one of the great Christian military heroes of the 19th century. A visit to his monument was an.

A pope is the Bishop of Rome and the leader of the Catholic imately papal tombs are at least partially extant, representing less than half of the deceased popes, from Saint Peter to Saint John Paul II. For the first few centuries in particular, little is known of the popes and their tombs, and available information is often contradictory.

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Full text of "The monuments and genii of st. Paul's cathedral and of Westminster abbey". The book I found was called St Paul’s Cathedral and See and it was part of the Bell’s Cathedral Series of books.

These charming little green books are records of famous cathedrals in Britain and feature old drawings, photographic plates and a written historical survey of the building. This one about St Paul’s was published in by.

A broader easterly view of the chancel end of St Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny. Looking west down the nave of St Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, and the fine arches of the south and north aisles.

St Canice Cathedral, Kilkenny: One of several magnificently carved medieval tombs in the Cathedral. Tombs of the tsars - Peter and Paul Cathedral.

Europe ; Russia assassinated during the Revolution inwhich have been reinterred here in a special monument. The interior is filled with light and is gloriously decorated.

The exterior with its tall spire, covered in gold leaf, is a dramatic landmark, visible all over the city. Date of /5(K). Monument to Major General Ponsonby, the crypt of St Paul's 2, × 3,; MB Mountstuart Elphinstone's memorial in St Pauls 2, × 3,; MB Saint Paul × ; 66 KB.

The papal tombs in old St. Peter's Basilica were the final resting places of the popes, most of which dated from the fifth to sixteenth majority of these tombs were destroyed during the sixteenth through seventeenth century demolition of old St.

Peter's Basilica, except for one which was destroyed during the Saracen Sack of the church in Sir Christopher Wren's Tomb Sir Christopher Wren, the architect of St Paul's, is buried in the south aisle at the east end of the crypt. His tomb is marked by a simple stone and is surrounded by memorials to his family, to Robert Hooke and to the masons and other colleagues.

Henry III rebuilt Westminster Abbey in honour of the Royal Saint Edward the Confessor whose relics were placed in a shrine in the sanctuary and now lie in a burial vault beneath the Cosmati mosaic pavement, in front of the High Altar.

Henry III himself was interred nearby in a superb chest tomb with effigial of the Plantagenet kings of England, their wives and other. Tombs of the Peter and Paul Fortress Nearly every visitor to St. Petersburg will find their way to the Peter and Paul Fortress, and standing at its centre is the Ss.

Peter and Paul Cathedral, which houses the tombs of all Imperial Russia's rulers, including Peter the Great, Catherine the Great, and the last Russian monarch Nicholas II. Monuments in the cathedral. The ACCOUNT of MONUMENTS and GRAVESTONES, throughout this church, has been purposely reserved to mention them in this place altogether, that the description of the fabric might not be interrupted by the recital of such a number of them; many of them in the nave and martyrdom had been curiously and richly inlaid with ornaments and inscriptions on brass, but all of.Bristol Cathedral, formally the Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, is the Church of England cathedral in the city of Bristol, d in and consecrated init was originally St Augustine's Abbey but after the Dissolution of the Monasteries it became in the seat of the newly created Bishop of Bristol and the cathedral of the new Diocese of y: United Kingdom.

The cloister at Old St Paul’s Cathedral in London was once decorated with a Danse Macabre, and a mural still survives in St Nicholas’ Chapel at Haddon Hall in Derbyshire.

Like the cadaver tombs, the Danse Macabre reminded viewers not only of the inevitability of death, but also of death as the great leveller – even the rich and powerful.