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Execution of Thomas of Lancaster, Whole folio Psalm 29. Border decoration with grotesques. In the outer margin, a bearded man bestrides a lion, pehaps representing King David; below him a cross-bowman loads his bolt, his right leg raised to tense the bow. In the lower margin, a swordsman is about to behead a kneeling bearded man, thought to represent the execution of Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, who was beheaded at Pontefract Castle in 1322. On the right, a longbowman strings his bow Image taken from Luttrell Psalter. Originally published in England East Anglia; circa 1325-1335.
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