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Henry VII.'s Chapel, North Aisle

Henry VII.'s Chapel, North Aisle

Photographer: Harrington, John

Medium: Photographic print

Date: 1869

Shelfmark: J/10350.h.10

Item number: 25

Length: 17.2

Width: 11.9

Scale: Centimetres

Genre: Photograph

Interior of the Lady chapel built by Henry VII at Westminster Abbey from 1503-1519.

"The North Aisle is chiefly remarkable as containing the Monument of Queen Elizabeth, who lies beside her sister Mary, under a cinque cento tomb, with recumbent effigy. It also contains a tablet to the memory of Edward the Fifth, and Richard, Duke of York, who were murdered in the Tower; and a tomb to Sophia and Maria, daughters of James I."

Descriptive letterpress by John Harrington of Brighton from the book 'The Abbey and Palace of Westminster'

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