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' List of illustrations', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in London, Volume 1: Westminster Abbey (1924), pp. II-VII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=119456 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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LIST OF PLANS AND ILLUSTRATIONS.

HISTORICAL GROUND-PLAN of the Church and Monastic BuildingsAt end of Volume.
EXTERNAL VIEWS.PLATE
Eastern Arm and Chapter House1
The Church and Dean's Yard, from the S.W.2
W. Front, and W. Doorway and Porch3
S. side of Church, etc., from the Cloister-garth4
INTERNAL VIEWS AND DETAILS (arranged in the order of the description in the text).
EASTERN ARM
Eastern Arm from the Quire29
     Do.     from Triforium of S. Transept30
PRESBYTERY.
Details of 11th-century basesp. 22
Key-plan of Monumentsp. 23
Monuments (1) of Edmund Crouchback, Earl of Lancaster, 129633, 35
     Do. 'Weepers' on side of tomb36
     Do.     Effigy185
Monument (2) of Aymer de Valence, Earl of Pembroke, 132433, 34
     Do. 'Weepers' on side of tomb36
     Do.     Effigy186
Monument (3) of Aveline, wife of Edmund Crouchback, 127334, 37
     Do.     Effigy185
Monument (4) of Anne of Cleves, 155725
     Do.     Details8
Painting of Richard II12
Pavement, c. 1268, Part of S.E. angle39
     Do.     Rectangular panel, N. side38
     Do.     Planp. 26
Screen to High Altar, E. side41
     Do.     Scenes from legend of St. Edward42, 43
Sedilia, Front towards Presbytery40
     Do.     Back towards Ambulatory40
Tapestry in W. bay, S. side, 16th-century25
CHAPEL OF ST. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR.
Key-plan of Monumentsp. 23
Brass, with remains of Mosaic, to John de Valence, 127757
     Do.     Planp. 27
Brass, of John of Waltham, Bishop of Salisbury, 1395182
Coronation Chair, 1300–1, Side elevation22
     Do.     Upper half of back elevation23
     Do.     Stone of Scone5
Shrine of St. Edward44, 45
     Do.     Details of recesses in N. and S. sides47
     Do.     Details of ends of shrine46
Tombs (2) of Edward I, 1307 and (3) of Henry III, 1272, S. sides48
Tomb (3) of Henry III, 1272, N. side towards Ambulatory49
     Do.     N. elevationFrontispiece.
     Do.     Effigy185
Tomb (4) of Eleanor of Castile, 129050, 53
     Do.     Shield of Arms on Tomb26
     Do.     Effigy186, 199
     Do.     Wrought-iron Grate made by Thomas of Leighton51, 52
Tomb (6) of Philippa of Hainault, 1369, S.E. side towards Ambulatory58
     Do.      Do. 'Weeper' on N.W. side75
     Do.      Do.     Shields of Arms on Tomb26
     Do.      Do.     Effigy187, 199
Tomb (7) of Edward III, 137754, 56
     Do. 'Weepers' on S. side55
     Do.     Shields of Arms on Tomb26
     Do.     Effigy187, 199
Tomb (8) of Margaret of York, 147256
Tomb (9) of Richard II, 1399, and Anne of Bohemia, 139456, 59
     Do.     Effigies187
     Do.     Effigy of Richard II, in profile201
Pavement, 13th-century, Planp. 32
     Do.     Details of Mosaic Patternsp. 33
     Do.     Portion W. of Shrine-altar57
State Sword and Shield, 14th-century28
AMBULATORY, showing openings to Apsidal Chapels60, 61, 62
Images, 14th-century, and niche, 15th-century, on N wall20
Key-plan of Monumentsp. 23
Monument (1) of Abbot John Estney, 1498, Brass183
Monument (2) of Sir John Harpeden, 145733
     Do.     Brass182
Monument (5) of Sir Robert Aiton, 1637–866
Monument (8) of King Sebert, erected 130840
Monument (9) of Katherine, daughter of Henry III, and other children. Top slab with mosaic of c. 12705
Retable, now against Queen Philippa's tomb, 13th-century. Elevation9
     Do.     Details of painted panels9, 10, 11
CHAPEL OF ST. PAUL62, 63, 65
Wall-carvings, and figure of woman, 13th-century6
Key-plan of Monuments, etc.p. 36
Tomb (1) of Sir Gyles Daubeney, K.G., 1507, and his wife64
     Do.     Effigies188
Monument (2) of Sir John Puckering, 1596, and his wife63
     Do.     Effigies192
Monument (3) of Sir James Fullerton, 1630–1, and his wife63
     Do.     Effigies196
Monument (4) of Sir Thomas Bromley, 1587, Effigy192
Monument (6) of Frances, Countess of Sussex, 1589, Effigy193
Monument (7) of Francis, Lord Cottington, 165265
     Do.     Achievement of Arms27
     Do.     Effigy66
Monument (8), with screen, to Lewis Robessart, Lord Bourchier, 143162, 65
     Do.     Banner with Arms26
CHAPEL OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST60, 67, 68
Carved Spandrels of Wall Arcade6, 67
Key-plan of Monumentsp. 38
Purbeck-marble Coffin and Lid, late 13th or early 14th-century181
Locker in N.E. Bay, 13th-century67
Monument (1) of Thomas Cecill, K.G., Earl of Exeter, 1622–3, and Dorothy (Nevill), his wife, Effigies198
     Do.     Shield of Arms27
Monument (2) of Sir Thomas Vaughan, 1483, Brass183
Monument (4) of Hugh and Mary de Bohun, 1304–567
Monument (5) of Thomas Carey, 163467
Tomb (7) of Abbot William of Colchester, 142068
     Do.     Effigy203
Tomb (8) of Thomas Ruthall, Bishop of Durham, 152368
     Do.     Effigy203
Tomb (9) of Abbot George Fascet, 150068
     Do.     Shields of Arms in Spandrels26
CHAPEL OF ST. NICHOLAS70, 71
Key-plan of Monumentsp. 40
Monument (1) of Anne, Duchess of Somerset, 1587, Effigy191
Monument (5) of Mildred, Lady Burghley, 1589, and Anne, Countess of Oxford, 1588, Effigies194
     Do.     Figures of Children128
Monument (6) of William Dudley, Bishop of Durham, 148369
Monument (7) to Anne Harlay, 160569
Monument (8) of Winifred, Marchioness of Winchester, 1586, Effigy190
Tomb (10) of Philippa, Duchess of York, 143170
     Do.     Effigy189
Monument (11) of Elizabeth, Lady Cecil, 159171
Monument (13) of Sir George Villiers, 1605, and Mary, Countess of Buckingham, his wife72
     Do.     Achievements of Arms27
     Do.     Effigies195
Screen across opening to Chapel, 15th-century70, 71
CHAPEL OF SS. EDMUND AND THOMAS THE MARTYR61, 73, 80, 81
Key-plan of Monumentsp. 42
Monument (1) of Eleanor (de Bohun), Duchess of Gloucester, 139973, 80, 81
     Do.     Brass184
Monument (2) of Robert Waldeby, Archbishop of York, 139780, 81
     Do.     Brass184
Tomb (4) of John of Eltham, 133774, 73
     Do. 'Weepers' on sides and ends75, 76
     Do.     Effigy188
Tomb (5) of William of Windsor and Blanche of the Tower, 134073, 74
     Do.     Effigies75
Tomb (6) of Francis, Duchess of Suffolk, 155977, 73, 81
     Do.     Achievement of Arms27
     Do.     Effigy191
Monument (12) of Sir Bernard Brocas, 1400, Effigy188
Monument (13) of Humphrey Bourgchier, 1471, Brass and Indent182
Monument (14) of Sir Richard Pecksall, 157180
Monument (15) of Edward Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, 1617–8, and his wife80
     Do.     Effigies195
     Do.     Figure of Daughter128
Monument (16) of William de Valence, 129678
     Do.     Effigy and Enamel Work79, 186
Screen across opening to Chapel, 15th-century61, 81
CHAPEL OF ST. BENEDICT82, 84
Wall Arcade, S. Wall82
Key-plan of Monumentsp. 44
Monument (1) of Francis, Countess of Hertford, 159884
     Do.     Effigy193
Tomb (2) of Cardinal Simon Langham, Archbishop of Canterbury, 137683
     Do.     Effigy203
Monument (3) to George Sprat, 168382
Monument (4) to Dr. Goodman, Dean of Westminster, 160182
Tomb (5) of Lionel Cranfield, Earl of Middlesex, 1645, and Anne, his wife. Effigies197
Monument (6) of William Bill, Dean of Westminster, 1561. Brass183
CROSSING AND NAVE looking W.31
THE TRANSEPT looking N.86
     Do.     looking S.87
N. TRANSEPT.
From W. Triforium85
Two lowest stages of Arcading of N. Wall88
Key-plan of Monumentsp. 46
Wrought-iron Gates, c. 170051
Monument of William Cavendish, K.G., Duke of Newcastle, 1676, and Margaret his wife, 167397
     Do.     Effigies197
E. AISLE OF N. TRANSEPT, looking N.90
Carved Spandrels of N. Wall Arcade6, 89
Key-plan of Monuments, etc.p. 47
Coffin Lid (1) of Limestone, late 13th or early 14th-century181
Monument (1) of Henry Lord Norris, 1601, and Margaret, his wife90
     Do.     Effigies194
Monument (3) of Sarah, Duchess of Somerset, 169291
Monument (5) of Sir Francis Vere, 160992
Reredos to Chapel of St. Michael, 15th-century91
W. AISLE OF N. TRANSEPT.
Carving in Spandrel of Wall Arcade, southernmost bay6
Key-plan of Monumentsp. 46
S. TRANSEPT.
Triforium at S. end with Sculptures93
Key-plan of Monumentsp. 49
E. AISLE OF S. TRANSEPT, looking S.94
Key-plan of Monumentsp. 49
Monument (1) of Dr. Richard Busby, 169597
Monument (4) to Geoffrey Chaucer, erected 155695
MUNIMENT ROOM (W. aisle of S. Transept) looking S.96
Rear Vault of S. Window143
Chests21
Cupboard, late 14th-century96
NAVE from Presbytery looking W.31
Looking E.32
Exteriors2, 3, 4
W. Doorway3
Pulpit, early 17th-century22
N. AISLE OF NAVE98
First (easternmost) Bay of N. Wall101
Second Bay of N. Wall100
Shields in Spandrels of four eastern Bays of N. Wall102
E. Half: Key-plan of Monumentsp. 53
W. Half:      Do.p. 54
Monument (1) to Dr. John Blow, 1708101
Monument (2) to Richard le Neve, 1673100
S. AISLE OF NAVE99
Eastern Processional Doorway in S. Wall149
Western      Do.150
Second Bay of S. Wall101
Shields on Spandrels of Second to Fifth Bays of S. Wall103
E. Half: Key-plan to Monumentsp. 56
W. Half:      Do.p. 57
Monument (1) William Thynne, 1584, Effigy192
Monument (8) of Sir Cloudesley Shovell, 1707101
N.W. TOWER. Exterior (W. front)3
Lower part of W. Wall (interior)104
S.W. TOWER. Exterior (W. front)3
Interior, from Nave105
Panelling on S. Wall: Detail177
HENRY VII's CHAPEL.
Looking E.106
Nave, looking W.107
Main Vault110, 111
Flying Buttresses, above S. Aisle112
N. and S. Apsidal Chapels109
N. and S. Aisles113, 114, 115
Vault over E. Bay of S. Aisle111
Details of Angel-cornices7
Vestibule, W. of Chapel116
Key-plan of Monumentsp. 62
Altar: Details of Piers and Frieze8
Bronze Gates, etc., at W. end108
     Do.     Details of Pierced Panels117
Glass, in E. Window of E. Apsidal Chapel118
     Do.     W. Window: Details119
Images on Internal Walls204 to 215
     Do.     Key-plan of positionsp. 64
Monument (1) of Henry VII, 1509, and Elizabeth of York, 1502–3, Tomb122
     Do.     Tomb, Bronze Plaques on sides124
     Do.     Effigies189, 200
     Do.     Bronze enclosure121
     Do.      Do.     Detail51
     Do.      Do.     Remaining Figures123
Monument (2) of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, 1628, and Catherine, his wife, 1634, in N. Apsidal Chapel109
     Do.     Effigies196
     Do. 'Weepers'120
     Do.     Children128
Monument (3) of Lewis Stuart, Duke of Lennox and Richmond, 1623–4, and Frances, his wife, 1639, in S. Apsidal Chapel109
     Do. 'Weepers'120
Monument (8) of Queen Elizabeth, 1603114
     Do.     Effigy193, 201
Monument (10) of Margaret, Countess of Richmond, 1509, Achievement of Arms27
     Do.     Effigy190, 200
Monument (11) of Mary, Queen of Scots, erected, c. 1612115
     Do.     Effigy190, 201
Monument (12) of Margaret, Countess of Lennox, 1577–8, figure of son, Henry, Lord Darnley128
     Do.     Effigy191
Bronze Medallion (13) of Sir Thomas Lovell, 152428
Pulpit, early 16th-century22
Screens to N. and S. Chapels109
Stalls: N.W. Angle125
     Do.     Details of Tracery, Vaults and Canopies126, 127
     Do.     Misericords below seats216 to 220
CHANTRY CHAPEL OF HENRY V.
Planp. 72
Bridge over Ambulatory62, 131
     Do.     Niches with Figures, etc., N. side134, 135, 136
     Do.     Niches with Figures, etc., S. side137, 138, 139
     Do.     Vault below129
     Do.     Vault below, Soffit143
E. Wall132
W. Front44, 53
     Do.     Details of Niches and Figures133
N.W. and S.W. Stair-turrets44, 53, 130, 140
Grate in W. Archway44
Tomb of Henry V, 1422, and Platform129
Reredos132
     Do.     Carved Badges in Cornice7
Tilting-helm28
CHAPEL OF OUR LADY OF THE PEW.Plate.
Doorway from Ambulatory141
     Do.     Label-stops26
From St. John the Baptist's Chapel142
Vaults143
CHANTRY CHAPEL OF ABBOT ISLIP
S. Front144, 60
     Do.     Carved Rebuses and Name7
Planp. 74
Lower Chapel. Interior145
     Do.     Vault146
     Do.     Carving on E. Jamb of S. Window7
Monument (2) to Abbot Islip: Columns8
THE CHURCH PLATE24
CLOISTER.
E. Walk looking S.147
     Do.     Part of Exterior153
     Do.     Entry to Chapter House147, 155
N. Walk looking W., and N.W. angle148
     Do.     Exterior4
Processional Doorways to S. aisle of Nave149, 150
S. Walk, looking W.151
S. Walk. Exterior153
     Do.     Towel Cupboard, and Doorway to Frater152
W. Walk, looking N.149
     Do.     Exterior4, 153
Effigies of (20) Abbot Lawrence, 1176 (21), Abbot Gilbert, 1121 and (22) Abbot William de Humez, 1222202
Garth153
CHAPEL OF ST. FAITH. E. Wall154
Painting of St. Faith, late 13th-century154
Tapestry on N.E. Wall, c. 1540–5025
CHAPTER HOUSE VESTIBULE.
Entry from E. Walk of Cloister147, 155
Outer half, looking S.E.156
Roman Stone Coffin181
CHAPTER HOUSE.
Exterior1
Interior from W. Entrance157
Entrance in W. Bay (towards Chapter House)158
     Do.     Carving in S. Jamb7
Arcade and Paintings in N.W. Bay13
Paintings in N.W. Bay14, 15
Paving-tiles: Specimens of Designs16
CRYPT BELOW CHAPTER HOUSE, looking W., 13th-century159
CHAPEL OF THE PYX, looking S.E., 11th-century159
DORTER SUB-VAULT or Undercroft, looking S., 11th-century160
Oak chest (1) early 14th-century (in Museum)21
Frater-bell (in Museum)28
CHAPTER LIBRARY, looking S.162
Standard of Bookcase, early 17th-century168
Gallery: Balustrade168
SCHOOL HALL, formerly Dorter, looking N.163
RERE-DORTER.
Part of E. Wall in S.W. Angle of Little Cloister, 11th-century176
Busby Library, S. of School Hall164
DARK CLOISTER147
FRATER, N. Wall153, 161
Doorway in N. Wall from S. Walk of Cloister152
ASHBURNHAM HOUSE. Plan of First Floorp. 86
Staircase: Details168
     Do.     Doorway at top of Stair168, 169
     Do.     Ceiling and Lantern166, 167
Drawing Room, now School Reading-room165
ABBOT'S LODGING. Courtyard to Deanery172
ABBOT'S HALL, now College Hall, late 14th-century, looking S. Screen and Gallery, mid 17th-century170
JERUSALEM CHAMBER, looking S.171
Overmantel, 17th-century169
Panels of Glass in N. Window, 13th-century17, 18, 19
JERICHO PARLOUR. Panelling, early 16th-century177
ROOM OVER JERICHO PARLOUR. Panelling, 17th-century177
CELLARER'S BUILDINGS (E. side of Dean's Yard).
Room on Ground Floor, late 14th-century174
Paintings on First Floor, mid 16th-century175
LITTLE CLOISTER, N. side, late 17th-century180
PASSAGE FROM DARK CLOISTER TO LITTLE CLOISTER, looking E.173
'LODGINGS' N. SIDE OF LITTLE CLOISTER. Staircase in W. House, 17th-century179
'LODGINGS' S. SIDE OF LITTLE CLOISTER. Ceiling dated 1687178
INFIRMARY CHAPEL, S. Arcade of Nave, 12th-century161
W. Doorway, towards Little Cloister, 14th-century176
HOUSE, S.E. OF INFIRMARY CHAPEL. Fireplace and Overmantel, late 17th-century178
Staircase, 17th-century179
SECTIONS OF MOULDINGSpp. 94–96