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Dunfermline, St Margaret's Street, Dunfermline Abbey, Tomb Of Robert The Bruce

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View of upper surface of corbel from the tombchest canopy, showing pin socket
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Detail of reverse of fragment of finial and trefoil from tombchest
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Detail of lower surface of finial and trefoil fragment, showing fracture
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Side view of canopy cornice (with scale)
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Lower edge of fragment of gablet from tombchest canopy
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Upper edge of fragment of gablet from tombchest canopy
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Apex of tombchest arcade
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Edge of apex of tombchest arcade (with scale)
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Edge of apex of tombchest arcade, showing remains of iron pin (with scale)
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Foliate carving or possible fleuron
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Fragment of gablet, bearing lower edge of arcading, stump of a crocket, and part of roundel (with scale)
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Reverse of fragment of gablet, bearing lower edge of arcading and part of roundel.
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Detail of edge of fragment of gablet
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Fragment of cusped arch from tombchest arcade
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Section of fragment of cusped arch from tombchest arcade
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Section of fragment of marble sheet (with scale)
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Profile of capital of colonette from tombchest arcade
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Reverse of capital of colonette from tombchest arcade (with scale)
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Upper surface of fragment of composite pillar from corner of tombchest
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Upper surface of fragment of composite pillar from corner of tombchest (with scale)
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Section of fragment of composite pillar from corner of tombchest
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Composite image of marble fragments of the tomb of Robert I (Robert the Bruce), from the collections of the National Museums Scotland, The Hunterian, University of Glasgow, and Dunfermline Museum.
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General view of digital reconstruction of the tomb of Robert the Bruce
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Detail of composite pillar from corner of tombchest (with scale)
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