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Laurent de La Hyre
A Scene from 'La Gerusalemme Liberata:' Tancred Mourns Clorinda
1620s
Purchased from the Estate of Edward Sonnenschein
1970/2.89

Fratelli Alinari
Monument to Dante Alighieri, Santa Croce, Florence (Firenze - Chiesa di S. Croce)
1854 – 1920
Gift of Howard and Margaret Bond
1990/2.12
This inlaid bronze casket with Kufic inscription was masterfully produced in the 12th century Seljuk period. Possibly of Syrian origin, the lid is hammered from a flat sheet of brass with the bottom formed by folding and joining a section cut from a flat sheet. The seams are on three sides of the base and in the rear under the right-hand hinge. Brass hinges on the object are attached by copper rivets. Originally, the object would have a handle and front clasp which are now missing. <br /><br />
 
Iranian (Iranian)
Casket with inscription in floriated Kufic script
12th century
Museum Purchase
1959/1.113
This print shows a mountainous landscape scene with a funeral procession in the foreground. In the midground is a row of trees, in front of which is a small cemetery marked by a collection of crosses. The funeral procession includes a person riding a four legged animal and holding an umbrella, a figure carrying a cross, another a shovel, two carrying a coffin, and one person carrying flowers.
Jenny Dalenoord
Memento; The Procession
1953
Museum Purchase
1954/1.147
This photograph depicts a tomb in a chapel with ornate decorations. In the center of the images is a tomb and, to its right, an effigy.
Francis Bedford (British (modern))
Tombs in the Beauchamp Chapel, Warwick
early 1850s - early 1890s
Gift of W. Howard and Margaret Bond
1991/1.112
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