824.—Queen Eleanor.—From fer Tomb in Westminster Abbey.
If it be true, as one of our poets remarks, that (we quote from memory) [more...]
If it be true, as one of our poets remarks, that (we quote from memory) [more...][$]
On the death of Eleanor, wife of King Edward I: [more...][$]
This is a picture of an engraving of a reproduction of a cross originally built for King Edward I to commemorate his late wife, Queen Eleanor. For more details see Fig. 824 and Fig. 825. [more...][$]
There is another similar but larger engraving of Caernarvon Castle in Woodward’s History of Wales. [more...][$]
Compare with the engraving in Woodward’s History of Wales.[$]
An impressive castle built by Edward I in the 13th Century. There are more pictures of Harlech in Oman. [more...][$]
841.—Prudhoe Castle, Northumberland
The ruins date from the 12th Century; modern photographs indicate that it’s in slightly better shape than this picture suggests. Prudhoe is about 10 miles West of Newcastle upon Tyne. [more...][$]
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