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Laurecisque Family Tomb From Tanzania

Take a stroll up the stairs to Division 1 and you’ll see a very unusual tall and thin tomb adorned with all manner of funerary symbols. But what is most interesting are the feet poking out at the bottom of what appear to be three upright coffins. The eclectic tomb memorializes Pierre Leonard Laurecisque (1797-1860), architect of the French embassy (Palais de l’ambassade de France) and Church of St. Louis in Constantinople (now Istanbul), Turkey. Also memorialized (but in cenotaph form) are his wife, Fran^oise, who died at age 26 in 1847, and their son, Paul-Charles, who died at age seven in 1847. Fran^oise and Paul-Charles died in Constantinople and are buried in the Church of St. Louis. According to the inscription, Pierre Leonard Laurecisque’s second wife, Marie Reine Haintz (17901884), is also sharing space in the tomb. Under Fran^oise’s feet are roses, a symbol usually reserved for females. Under Paul-Charles’ feet is an hourglass with wings symbolizing that our time in this realm is fleeting. Under Pierre Leonard’s feet are grapes and a grape vine, a symbol of Christ.

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