King's College Chapel AA98_04190
KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL, Cambridge, Interior view. The organ is dominant, standing on the screen which divides the chapel and ante-chapel. It was built in 1605, and the case was made by Chapman and Hartop. It has since been enlarged. The rib vaulting of the chapel ceiling is also visible. Photographed by Eric de Mare. Date range: 1945-1980.
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Mural from tomb-chapel of Nebamun at Thebes Egypt. Nebamun was an Ancient Egyptian Nobleman
Mural from tomb-chapel of Nebamun at Thebes Egypt. Nebamun was an Ancient Egyptian Nobleman and this shows him overlooking geese brought to him and dates between 1350 - 1400 BC
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St Stephens crypt
Although St Stephens Chapel was destroyed by fire in 1834, the crypt below St Stephens Hall, the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft, which had fallen into disuse before the fire, was restored and returned to its original use as a place of worship. It is a perfect gem of florid Gothic architecture. It is still used for its original purpose today.
© Mary Evans / Peter & Dawn Cope Collection
Mary Evans / Peter & Dawn Cope Collection