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(ancient Greece) leader of a group or festival

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The latest and final community group to benefit from the exploration of artists' work was Wishing Well project in Crewe, when participants spent a day making their own glass lanterns inspired by the work of Oneplace artists Sam Clayton and Mark Jacobs, who made an avenue of lights down the Broad Walk towards the iconic Choragic Monument at Tatton Park.
Eventually 'classical' produced a single bank building in the 'late Neo-classical style' which, I swear, had a little circular structure on top which looks remarkably like the choragic monument of the aforesaid Lysicrates.
ade which features an entrance portico with four large Ionic columns and twin circular colonnaded towers modeled after historic precedents including the ancient Choragic monument of Lysicrates at Athens, Greece.
Based on the Choragic Monument of Lysicrates, it marks the grave of William Huskisson, the Liverpool MP who was killed at the opening of the Liverpool & Manchester Railway.