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Rosary Terminal Bead with Lovers and Death's Head, Northern France or Southern Netherlands, ca. 1500–1525, Ivory, with emerald pendant, silver-gilt mount

The gravestone of Johan-Richard Schram (1834-1898), in Chiswick Old Cemetery; a combination of Viking runestone and Christian memorial symbols. (Seeing Symbols)

Gravestone in Nong Khai, Thailand, (shadesandshadows/Photo: Peter Kelly Studios)

A mourning brooch, 1780-1810, commemorating the death of a mother and several of her children (their ghosts are pictured above the memorial shrine), the scene enclosed with the legend 'In Death Lamented as in Life Beloved'. (

Posthumous engraving of Charlotte de Corday, Citizen Hauer, painter, drew her likeness in the criminal chamber while she awaited the results of the deliberations. (She had murdered Jean Paul Marat.)This engraving was distributed in 1793 after her death.

memorial pendant commemorating the deather of a mother and several of her children....circa 1780-1810

Death attacks! The Nightingale monument at Westminster Abbey. (Seeing Symbols)

French mourning ring, 1791, for the death of a child.