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English: Ashlyns School Building Including The Chapel, Main Block And Classroom Wings
The achievement of arms of the Foundling Hospital is carved on the pediment of Ashlyns School chapel (1935). It is based on the original 1747 design by William Hogarth and consists of an escutcheon depicting an infant with the moon and stars across the chief, and a crest of a lamb bearing a branch. The two female supporters are Britannia and an eight-breasted Artemis of Ephesus. The motto is "Help".
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