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Foxe Gallery

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Choose from 8 pictures in our Foxe collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


J. Fox, (1516-1587), 1830. Creator: Unknown
J. Fox, (1516-1587), 1830. Creator: Unknown
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The Martyrdome of Master William Tindall in Flanders by Vilvord Castle, 1563, (1947)
The Martyrdome of Master William Tindall in Flanders by Vilvord Castle, 1563, (1947)
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From the Days of Great Dedications - John Foxs Book of Martyrs, 1563, (1946)
From the Days of Great Dedications - John Foxs Book of Martyrs, 1563, (1946)
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Henry of Lorraine, 3rd Duc de Guise, 16th century French soldier and statesman
Henry of Lorraine, 3rd Duc de Guise, 16th century French soldier and statesman
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Capture of St Alphege, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1012 (mid 19th century)
Capture of St Alphege, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1012 (mid 19th century)
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St Sebastian, Christian martyr, mid 19th century
St Sebastian, Christian martyr, mid 19th century
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John Foxe, 16th century English martyrologist, c1880
John Foxe, 16th century English martyrologist, c1880
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George Wishart, 16th century Scottish reformer and martyr, mid 19th century
George Wishart, 16th century Scottish reformer and martyr, mid 19th century
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Henry of Lorraine, 3rd Duc de Guise, 16th century French soldier and statesman, mid 19th century Featured Print

Henry of Lorraine, 3rd Duc de Guise, 16th century French soldier and statesman, mid 19th century

Henry of Lorraine, 3rd Duc de Guise, 16th century French soldier and statesman, mid 19th century. Henry of Lorraine (1550-1588) was one of the instigators of the St Bartholemew's Day Massacre, which began on 24 August 1572 and resulted in the murder of tens of thousands of French Protestants (Huguenots) by Catholic mobs. He was assassinated by order of Henry III on 23 December 1588. From History of the Acts and Monuments of the Church by John Foxe. Popularly called Foxe's Book of Martyrs this book, originally published in 1563, went through many, many editions, including the mid-19th century one from which this illustration is taken

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