University College, Oxford. Percy Bysshe Shelly, the acclaimed Romantic poet came to Univ in 1810, but unfortunately was expelled the following year after refusing to answer questions put to him about his anonymously published pamphlet 'The Necessity of Atheism'. Eighty years later, Shelley's daughter-in-law commissioned a monument to him for his grave in Rome from the sculptor Edward Onslow Ford. When this proved impossible she offered the statue to Univ with money to build an enclosure for it. Univ accepted and the statue was inaugurated in this dome in 1893. It has been restored to the original colour scheme.