Effigies

Some articles on effigies:

Champmol - Tombs of The Dukes
... both in the same style with painted alabaster effigies with lions at their feet and angels with spread wings at their heads ... Underneath the slab the effigies rested on, unpainted small (about 40 cm high) "pleurants" or mourners ("weepers" is the traditional English term) were set among Gothic tracery ... The effigies were painted by Malouel ...
Iconography in Casas Grandes
... Effigies (small figurines) were found through excavation of the site, thus the effigies show definite gender and sex differences between males and females in society ... The similar characteristics of the effigies such as body positions, body proportions, activities, and facial decorations allow archaeologist to make assumptions of how ... Based on archaeologists' studies of the effigies found, the activities of women and men were both valued, and social differentiation was based more on ...
English Church Monuments - Development - Medieval Period
... Gradually these became full high-relief effigies, usually recumbent, as in death, and, by the 14th century, with hands together in prayer ... In general, such monumental effigies were carved in stone, marble or wood, or cast in bronze or brass ... Often the stone effigies were painted to resemble life, but on the vast majority of medieval monuments, the paint has long since disappeared ...
Coins Of The Canadian Dollar - Effigies
... Later in 1953, Mint authorities decided to correct the defects in the obverse design ... Thomas Shingles, the Chief Engraver of the RCM, was summoned to lower the relief of the model ...
Efficiency Decoration - Scroll Inscriptions
4 Obverse types for the main body of the medal being the two effigies of George VI and the two of Elizabeth II) ... main body of the medal being the one effigy of George V and the two effigies of George VI ... only one effigy on Obverse (Elizabeth II type 1) Australia (all five Obverse effigies) Barbados (all five Obverse effigies) Bermuda (all five Obverse ...