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Choose from 281 pictures in our Grave collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Pottery cremation urn, from a grave at Loveden Hill, Lincolnshire, Anglo-Saxon, 6th-7th century Featured Print

Pottery cremation urn, from a grave at Loveden Hill, Lincolnshire, Anglo-Saxon, 6th-7th century

Pottery cremation urn, from a cremation grave in a cemetery at Loveden Hill, Lincolnshire, Anglo-Saxon, 6th-7th century. The urn is decorated with deeply incised chevrons which are filled with horizontally set impressions of a stamp, producing four circular depressions perhaps made with a fragment of a bone comb. Currently in the British Museum

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Grave of the Black Dwarf, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Grave of the Black Dwarf, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Grave of the Black Dwarf, 1845. The headstone of ...a poor deformed creature called David Ritchie, who, when even arrived at man's estate, was only about three feet five inches in height. He was much deformed, and obtained amongst his neighbours...the nick name of " Bowed Davie". When...he died, he was found to have hoarded twenty pounds - like a canny misanthrope as he was. His demise took place, after a few days illness, in December, 1811, at the age of seventy one. He was buried in Manor churchyard [in Peeblesshire in the Scottish Borders]; a rowan-tree (mountain ash) was planted at the head of his grave - a part of it now remaining to mark the spot. Now, however, it is more effectually rescued from oblivion by a head-stone, which has been recently erected by the Messrs. W. and R. Chambers, the eminent litterateurs and publishers of Edinburgh'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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Tottenham Old Church, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Tottenham Old Church, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Tottenham Old Church, 1844. Parish church of Allhallows in what is now north London. The church is built of hewn stone, flint, and rubble; its architecture is of various periods, though, probably, none older than the thirteenth century. It must have undergone considerable repair about the reign of Henry the Seventh'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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