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Viewing: Douce Ballads 3(104a)

Ballad - Roud Number: V13609

Title: A warning piece to England against pride and wickedness: being, The fall of Queen Eleanor, wife to Edward the first

First Line: When Edward was in England king

Tune: Gentle and courteous

References:

ESTC: N68232

Subjects:  Eleanor, queen, consort of Edward I, d. 1290

Themes:  Court and courtiersPolitics and government - 13th century


1st Illustration

IconClass Codes:
61B11(+53): Anonymous historical person portrayed (+ half-length portrait)

2nd Illustration

IconClass Codes:
46A12: Nobility and patriciate; chivalry, knighthood
41D222(STANDING BAND): Neck-gear ~ clothing (with NAME)
42B74: Family group, especially parents with their child(ren)

3rd Illustration

IconClass Codes:
49M32: Book
11P3: Organization, functionaries and dignitaries in churches and in related institutions



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