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mouldings in limestone. ^The central pediment is embellished
with a garland across its face.^ Above the pedi-
ments runs a cornice in limestone, now
much destroyed. Above the cornice the
monument is well preserved with its four
pilasters and its cornice and the feeling??
of ornamental opus reticulatum, finely
cut and beautifully joined, its simple
pattern of black and white giving a nicely
decorative effect. Above the second cornice
is a low attic set back at a little distance
from the face of the main hall. This had
two pilasters and its own cornice. It is
impossible to say what the form of the roof
may have been but the attic would in-
dicate a low pyramid rather than a
gabled form.

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