Index of Romanesque Tomb

Tomb of Henry II - Fontevraud Abbey, France

 

Tomb of King Henry II of England at Fontevraud Abbey, France.

Richard Coeur-de-Lion - Rouen Cathedral, France

Tomb of Richard I of England (d1199). This is one of three tombs to Richard I, this one is said to contain his heart, his entrails were buried in Châlus (where he died), and the rest of his body was buried at the feet of his father, Henry II, at Fontevraud Abbey in Anjou.

 

Henry the Young King - Rouen Cathedral, France

Tomb of Henry the Young King (d1183) son of Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, brother of King Richard I of England and King John.

 

Bishop William de Blois - Worcester Cathedral.

Bishop of Worcester 1218-1236. The effigy on the tomb is in the Romanesque style and lacks the detailed modelling that would become the hallmark of Gothic sculpture.