Tomb Chamber

Some articles on tombs, tomb, chamber, chambers:

Bangladeshi Architecture - Tomb Architecture of Bangladesh - Mughal Tombs
... The extant Mughal tombs are larger in number than the Sultanate tombs and show greater variety of form by exploiting the parent style ... the tombs of Bibi Pari in the Lalbagh Fort (Dhaka) and Anwar Shahid (Burdwan) ... Octagonal tombs appear for the first time in Bengal during the Mughal period ...
KV36
... Tomb KV36, located in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt, was used for the burial of the noble Maiherpri from the Eighteenth Dynasty ... by Victor Loret in his second season in the Valley of the Kings, on 30 March 1899, the tomb was found to be substantially undisturbed, but as it has for a long time not properly published, it is not as well known ... The only source for the arrangement of the objects in the burial chamber was a short article by Georg Schweinfurth ...
Wall Painting In Turkey - Iron Age - Archaic Period
... Most of our artistic evidence from this period comes from burial chambers ... Persians invaded, the Lydians of west-central Anatolia had been burying their rulers in stone chamber tombs under monumental tumulus burial markers, a form borrowed in part from the Phrygians ... Two of the known tombs of Lydian Tumuli had painted walls ...

Famous quotes containing the words chamber and/or tomb:

    Another day. Deliberations are recessed
    In an iron-blue chamber of that afternoon
    On which we wore things and looked well at
    A slab of business rising behind the stars.
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    A best-seller is the gilded tomb of a mediocre talent.
    Logan Pearsall Smith (1865–1946)