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Monumental Figures

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No. 3.

Those in scale armour are the most ancient (time, Henry II.).

Those in chain armour or ring-mail come next (time, Richard I. to Henry III.).

Those with children or cherubims, between the fourteenth and seventeenth centuries.

Brasses are for the most part subsequent to the thirteenth century.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Month’s Mind (A)
Months
Monthawi (Al)
Montjoie St. Denis
Montrognon (Baron of)
Montserrat
Monumental City
Monumental Effigies
Monumental Figures
Monumental Figures
Monumental Figures
Monumental Figures
Monumental Inscriptions
Moohel
Moon
Moon-calf
Moon-drop
Moon-maker [Sagendë Nah]
Moon-rakers
Moon’s Men
Moonlight Flitting (A)