Pedro Marcuello offers his 'Cancionero' to Philip the Handso
Pedro Marcuello offers his 'Cancionero' to Philip I of Castile (1478-1506), known as Philip the Handsome and Joanna of Castile (1479-1555), known as Joan the Mad, in 1502. The book was probably composed in four stages, between 1482 and 1502. Miniature.
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Bishop Bonner's Cottages
Built c. 1502, these pargetted picturesque thatched cottages, in East Dereham, Norfolk, England, were once the home of BISHOP EDMUND BONNER, who cruelly persecuted Protestants Date: early 16th century
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