(above) Monument to the Levellers, executed in Burford Churchyard
Lucius Cary, second Viscount of Falkland, founder of Great Tew. The bare-breasted woman on his right is his fashionable wife, Elizabeth.
Mark Cary (could it be, a descendent?) has contacted me to point out that the swan on Cary's left is the heraldic Swan of the Cary's, and the maiden on his right is the heraldic Maiden of the Tanfields. In Tudor times, bare-breasts were a heraldic sign of purity.
I knew that!