The officious bystander at the hour of death

The resin cast of the “Lady of Oplontis”, one of the victims of the eruption of Vesuvius in AD 79 —on display at the Last Supper in Pompeii exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Mr and Mrs Scarle’s former home — the bungalow in the centre of the picture, showing its suburban setting and proximity to neighbours — © Google Street View

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English barrister & mediator — specialising in disputed succession & decision-making for people who lack mental capacity

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English barrister & mediator — specialising in disputed succession & decision-making for people who lack mental capacity

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