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church monument - Singapore
church monument is located in Southwark, London.
church monument monument was established on 1106-1897.
Primary threats to church monument :

It can take various forms, from a simple wall tablet to a large and elaborate structure which may include an effigy of the deceased person and other figures of familial or symbolic nature.The full name is Cathedral and Collegiate Church of St. Saviour and St. Mary Overie.




Historical facts of church monument :

A church monument architectural style is Romanesque, Gothic is an architectural or sculptural memorial to a dead person or persons, located within a Christian church. It usually resides immediately above or close to the actual burial vault or grave, although very occasionally the tomb is constructed within it. Sometimes the monument is a cenotaph, commemorating a person buried at another location. Once only the subjects of antiquarian curiosity, church monuments are today recognized as works of funerary art. They are also valued by historians as giving a highly detailed record of antique costume and armour. From the middle of the 15th century, many figurative monuments also represent genuine portraiture.The earliest church monuments, dating from the early 12th century, were simple stone coffin-shaped grave coverings incised with a cross or similar design. The first attempts at commemorative portraiture emerged soon afterwards, executed in low relief, horizontal but as in life.