Liege. Belgium.


Liege, Belgium. 2-Jun-1995.

A very large black Belgian floor slab used in an upright position in the cloisters of the Cathedral Church of St Paul. This dates from 1653.

Black Belgian floor slab.

Of the heraldic depictions, the left one is the charge of arms for the family and the right one seems to portray a charge of arms for the member who was a cardinal? (note cardinal's hat above arms).

 

 

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