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Two leaden cists containing the remains of Gundrada, the daughter of William the Conqueror and her husband William de Warren. Chalk lithograph by F.W. Woledge after a drawing by R.H. Nibbs, 1845.
- Nibbs, Richard Henry, 1816-1893.
- 29 October 1845
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Brighton (Bartholomews) : Arthur Wallis, 29 October 1845.
1 print : lithograph ; image 25.4 x 21.7 cm
The remains of Gundrada, daughter of William the Conqueror and her husband William de Warren ... R H Nibbs del. F.W. Woledge litho ...
Lettering continues: ... which were discovered whilst digging for the Railway through the ruins of the priory at Lewes on the 28th of Octr. 1845. The leaden cists are represented as they appeared in Southover Church & sketched on the spot by R.H. Nibbs. Octr. 29th 1845. The inscription from the covers of the cists are given at the margin of the drawing ... R.H. Nibbs 1845 ...
The inscription from the covers of the cists are given at the margin of the drawing: Gundrada Willm
Wellcome Library no. 44467i
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