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Departing Gallery

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Choose from 71 pictures in our Departing collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Odo dismissed from Rochester Castle, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech Featured Print

Odo dismissed from Rochester Castle, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech

Odo dismissed from Rochester Castle, c1860, (c1860). Odo Earl of Kent (died 1097), Bishop of Bayeux, and the half-brother of William the Conqueror. OdoAEs forces were defeated in the rebellion of 1808, leading to his dismissal from Rochester castle and banishment to Normandy, France. From The Comic History of England, Volume I, by Gilbert A A'Beckett. [Bradbury, Agnew, & Co., London]

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Departure of Bishop Odo from Rochester, 1088 (1905). Artist: HMP Featured Print

Departure of Bishop Odo from Rochester, 1088 (1905). Artist: HMP

Departure of Bishop Odo from Rochester, 1088 (1905). The half-brother of William the Conqueror, Odo (1030-1097) was Bishop of Bayeux and was made Earl of Kent after the Norman Conquest. Odo was imprisoned for five years in 1082 after he planned a military expedition to Italy. After William died, his two sons, Robert Curthose and William Rufus disputed the English crown. Odo backed Robert, but after his claim was defeated in the Rebellion of 1088 William II banished Odo to Normandy. From Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Vol. I. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1905]

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Departure of the Pilgrim Fathers from Delft Haven, July 1620, (19th century).Artist: T Bauer Featured Print

Departure of the Pilgrim Fathers from Delft Haven, July 1620, (19th century).Artist: T Bauer

Departure of the Pilgrim Fathers from Delft Haven, July 1620, (19th century). The Pilgrim Fathers, members of the English Separatist Church sect of Puritans fled religious persecution in 1609, becoming exiles in the Netherlands. They decided to seek a new life in the New World, and sailed from Delft in a small ship, the Speedwell, to rendezvous with another vessel, the Mayflower'. It transpired that only the Mayflower would be able to withstand the rigours of the trnsatlantic voyage, and all the Pilgrims set sail aboard her from Plymouth. They landed in New England 102 days later

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