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Images Dated 24th August 2007

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A tournament, c1350s, (1470) Featured 24 Aug 2007 Print

A tournament, c1350s, (1470)

A tournament, c1350s, (1470). Jean de Saintre defeats his opponent in a joust, watched by the French King Jean le Bon. The two knights are in full armour, divided by a wooden barrier. Their lances are broken and the horse on the right is rearing up. Both horses have armour on their faces, and wear decorated coverings. The king, in crown and ermine-trimmed robe, watches from the stand behind, surrounded by women in veiled headdresses, with musicians at right. Other knights and stewards watch from the sidelines. Manuscript illustration from the Romance of Sire Jehan de Saintre by Antoine de La Sale, (1470)

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Stern view of the Oseberg Viking ship after months of excavation, Norway, c1904-1905 Featured 24 Aug 2007 Print

Stern view of the Oseberg Viking ship after months of excavation, Norway, c1904-1905

Stern view of the Oseberg Viking ship after months of excavation, Norway, c1904-1905. The oak ship, which was found in a large burial mound, was probably built in the early 9th century and buried in 834. It was excavated by Norwegian and Swedish archaeologists in 1904-1905

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The Duke of Monmouth pleads for his life, 1685, (c1920). Artist: John Pettie Featured 24 Aug 2007 Print

The Duke of Monmouth pleads for his life, 1685, (c1920). Artist: John Pettie

The Duke of Monmouth pleads for his life, 1685, (c1920). James Crofts, later Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth, 1st Duke of Buccleuch (1649-1685), Pretender to throne of Scotland and England. Monmouth, the illegitimate son of Charles II and Lucy Walter launched a rebellion in 1685. Claiming to be Charles rightful heir, he attempted to overthrow the Roman Catholic King James II. His revolt ended in defeat at the Battle of Sedgmoor, Somerset, on 6 July 1685 and Monmouth was subsequently beheaded on Tower Hill. Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume I, by Walter Hutchinson, (London, c1920s)

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