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Ford Anglia I got stuck in one of these when I worked for a garage. Three people had to assist me so I could get out :-)

Roll of Arms - Knights of the Garter Installed during the Reign of King Henry VIII Art Print

KING HENRY VIII - Roll of arms of the Knights of the Garter installed during his reign Art Print

Roll of Arms - Knights of the Garter Installed during the Reign of King Henry VIII Art Print

Pilgrim badge Part of a pilgrim badge of St Edmund from his shrine at Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. St Edmund, King of East Anglia, was murdered by the Vikings in 869 when he refused to give up Christianity. He was whipped and tied to a tree before the Vikings threw spears or shot arrows at him and cut off his head. He was buried at the nearby town of Beodricsworth, which became known as Bury St Edmunds and was a major centre for medieval pilgrimage. Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th…

Boudicca, Warrior Queen of the Iceni Art Print

Boudicca was the Celtic Queen of the Iceni tribe of modern-day East Anglia, Britain, who led a revolt against Rome in 60/61 CE. The Iceni King, Prasutagus, an independent ally of Rome, divided his estate between his daughters and King Nero of Rome. When Prasutagus died, however, his lands were taken by Rome and the Iceni lost their status as allies. When his wife, Boudicca, objected to this action she was flogged and her two daughters raped. She mounted a revolt against Rome...

Pilgrim badge Pilgrim badge of St Edmund from his shrine at Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. St Edmund, King of East Anglia, was murdered by the Vikings in 869 when he refused to give up Christianity. He was whipped and tied to a tree before the Vikings threw spears or shot arrows at him and cut off his head. Production Date: Late Medieval; late 13th-mid 14th century

Saint Edmund the Martyr; Saint Edward the Confessor (Roundel)

If the roundel was originally from the area near Bury St Edmunds, it is likely that the saint depicted was St Edmund himself. St Edmund was a king of East Anglia who was killed by pagan Danish invaders in 870. He was about 30 when he died. He is usually shown with the arrow or arrows with which he was killed. However, the saint in this roundel is depicted as an elderly man and there is no attribute. There is a possibility that it represents St Edward the Confessor. St Edward was King of…