The coffin of Jacob II of Luxemburg-Fiennes, Lord of Sotteghem (+1517), grandfather of Lamoral, count of Egmont, found in the paroissial church in Zottegem (Belgium), just behind the original tomb of Lamoral and his wife Sabina of Bavaria. The small coffin on top is from Isabella of Egmont, the sixth child of Lamoral and Sabina, who died in her first year and was buried in the tomb of her grand-grand father, in 1556
Pierre Coustain - Anonymous (attributed to Pierre Coustain). Hatchment of Jacob Luxembourg (after 1441-1488), Lord of Fiennes, in his capacity as a knight in the Order of the Golden Fleece. Ca. 1481. Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Pierre Coustain (Pieter Coustens, † 1487 ?) Armoiries de Jacques Ier de Luxembourg, seigneur de Fiennes, peintes pour le chapitre de la Toison d’or de l’église Saint-Jean à Bois-le-Duc, 1481 Huile sur bois, 101 × 67,5 cm ’s-Hertogenbosch, Het Noordbrabants Museum, 15802 (prêt de longue durée Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, sk-a-4642)
Ralph and Joseph Fiennes Actor Ralph Fiennes is the eldest of six children, including Joseph, who has starred on American Horror Story. His sisters, Martha and Sophia, are both filmmakers, and his brother Magnus is a composer. Joseph also has a twin brother named Jacob, but unlike his siblings, Jacob isn't in the entertainment business — he works as a conservationist overseas. Source: Getty / Claire Greenway
Joseph and Jacob Fiennes-Twins: The "American Horror Story" star Joseph, born in 1970, has a twin brother, conservationist Jacob. They're the younger siblings of actor Ralph Fiennes (b. 1962), and filmmakers Sophie Fiennes and Martha Fiennes and composer Magnus Fiennes.