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Images Dated 15th February 2006

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Simon Eyre in the Robes of a City of London Alderman, c.1450 (w/c on paper) Featured 15 Feb 2006 Image

Simon Eyre in the Robes of a City of London Alderman, c.1450 (w/c on paper)

GHL13101 Simon Eyre in the Robes of a City of London Alderman, c.1450 (w/c on paper) by Leigh, Roger (fl.1450); 36x24 cm; London Metropolitan Archives, City of London; (add.info.: Simon Eyre (c.1395-1458); merchant, Mayor of London, 1445-46; civic benefactor; member of the Drapers Company; rebuilt Leadenhall as granary for the city; depicted holding a shield with his heraldic arms (gules, a hedgehog salient, collared and chained argent) and holding a plaque with the names and arms of other aldermen and members of the Draper Company; drawing is thought to have come from Sir Thomas Holme's book';); A© London Metropolitan Archives ; English, out of copyright

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Richard I, Coeur de Lion at the Battle of Arsuf, 1191, (c1880) Featured 15 Feb 2006 Image

Richard I, Coeur de Lion at the Battle of Arsuf, 1191, (c1880)

Richard I, Coeur de Lion at the Battle of Arsuf, 1191, (c1880). A 19th century romanticisation of the Crusades. Richard the Lionheart (1157-1199) was the eldest son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, and second Angevin (Plantagenet) king of England, (1189-1199). During the Third Crusade (1189-1192) Richard led the crusaders against the great Muslim leader, Saladin. After capturing Acre Richard led his army of 30, 000 towards Jaffa (Joppa), on the way defeating the Saracens at Arsuf, 30 miles from Jaffa

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Richard I, Coeur de Lion landing at Sandwich, 14 March 1194, (c1880). Artist: William Heysham Overend Featured 15 Feb 2006 Image

Richard I, Coeur de Lion landing at Sandwich, 14 March 1194, (c1880). Artist: William Heysham Overend

Richard I, Coeur de Lion landing at Sandwich in Kent, 14 March 1194, (c1880). Richard the Lionheart (1157-1199), was the eldest son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, and second Angevin (Plantagenet) king of England, (1189-1199). On his way home from the Third Crusade (1189-1192) he was shipwrecked and began to make his way across Europe in disguise. He was recognised and held to ransom by Emperor Henry VI. England paid the ransom and Richard was released

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