Effigies. : Les gisants. t.1. Vingt-cinq rols et reines de France / [Planches photographiques par] Jean-François Noël et Pierre Jahan. Préf. de Roger Lannes; notices historiques de Philippe Erlanger ; notices archéologiques de Claude Ducourtial.
Effigies -- England -- Early works to 1800. : The effigies of William, [electronic resource] : Earl of Kilmarnock, and Arthur, Lord Balmerino, who were beheaded on Tower-Hill, August 18, 1746, for High-Treason, in levying War against his Majesty King George the Second.
Effigies -- Europe. : Grabmäler : Tendenzen der Forschung an Beispielen aus Mittelalter und früher Neuzeit / herausgegeben von Wilhelm Maier, Wolfgang Schmid und Michael Viktor Schwarz.
Effigies -- Europe, Northern. : Gothic tombs of kinship in France, the low countries, and England / Anne McGee Morganstern ; with an appendix on the heraldry of the Crouchback tomb in Westminster Abbey by John A. Goodall.
Effigies -- France. : Gothic tombs of kinship in France, the low countries, and England / Anne McGee Morganstern ; with an appendix on the heraldry of the Crouchback tomb in Westminster Abbey by John A. Goodall.
Effigies -- Great Britain. : The monumental remains of noble and eminent persons : comprising the sepuchral antiquities of Great Britain, engraved from drawings by Edward Blore ... ; with historical and bibliographial illustrations.
Effigies -- Ireland. : Irish medieval figure sculpture, 1200-1600 : a study of Irish tombs with notes on costume and armour / John Hunt, with assistance and contributions from Peter Harbison ; with photos. by David H. Davison.
Effluent quality -- Standards -- Victoria. : Effluent discharges to Victorian waterways. Main report / report of the Working Group on Effluent Standards, Environment Protection Authority, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
Effoll, Thomas, d. 1690 -- Early works to 1800. : A true account of the behaviour, execution, and last dying speeches, of Thomas Kelsey, executed before Newgate on Friday the thirteenth of June, 1690. [electronic resource] : John Low, Jonathan Hawk, and Thomas Effoll, who were executed at Tyburn on Friday the twentieth of the same instant.