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Froissart Collection

"Froissart: Chronicling the Turbulent History of England and Beyond" Step back in time with Froissart, a renowned chronicler of history

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Froissart Collection: History of England. Peasants revolt led by Wat Tyler in 138
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Froissart Collection: BATTLE OF CRECY, 1346. The Battle of Crecy, 26 August 1346. Detail from Chroniques de Froissart
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Froissart Collection: John Ball / Agitator
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Froissart Collection: The Jousts of St Inglevert, France, 1470-1475, (c1900-1920). Artist: Master of the Harley Froissart
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Froissart Collection: ISABEAU of Bavaria (1371-1435). Queen of France
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Froissart Collection: EDWARD OF WOODSTOCK The Black Prince (1330-1376)
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Froissart Collection: Battle of Sluyss from Jean Froissarts Chronicles, 15th century
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Froissart Collection: Froissart / Chronicles
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Froissart Collection: Varlet/Squire and Archer
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Froissart Collection: The Coronation of Henry IV of England, 1930 (print)
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Froissart Collection: Battle of Otterburn. August 5, 1388. Engraving
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Froissart Collection: CHARLES V LE SAGE (WISE) King of France Perceiving the approach of Death
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Froissart Collection: Anglo-French attack on Tunis 1390
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Froissart Collection: Battle of Poitiers, depicting the Prince of Wales and King Jean of France, 1356
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Froissart Collection: The Burghers of Calais, 1884-95 (bronze)
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Froissart Collection: Froissart in his study (coloured engraving)
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Froissart Collection: Froissart presenting his letters from Guy Court de Blois, to Gaston Phoebus Count de Foix in his
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Froissart Collection: King Richard II resigns his crown and state (coloured engraving)
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Froissart Collection: German tournament helmet of the mid-15th century
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Froissart Collection: Fr 2643 f. 165v Battle of Crecy from the Hundred Years War
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Froissart Collection: Fr 2646 f. 176 Bal des Ardents, Charles being saved by the Duchess of Berry after
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Froissart Collection: Jean Froissart presenting book to King Richard II
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Froissart Collection: Jean Froissart reading to Gaston de Foix after supper
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Froissart Collection: Jean Froissart and Sir Espaing de Lyon
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Froissart Collection: Philip van Artevelde of Ghent addressing the people
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Froissart Collection: King Edward III and the Countess of Salisbury
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Froissart Collection: Three heralds with trumpets adorned with fleur-de-lis
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Froissart Collection: Black Prince in Spain during the Spanish Campaign
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Froissart Collection: Siege of Calais by King Edward III, Hundred Years War
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Froissart Collection: Scene at the Battle of Crecy, Picardy, France
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Froissart Collection: Jean Froissart, chronicler, author and historian
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Froissart Collection: Tournament in London
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Froissart Collection: Froissart at the Court of the Count de Foix (engraving)
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Froissart Collection: Jean Froissard (engraving)
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Froissart Collection: Louis 2d of Anjou, King of Naples and Sicily, Richard 2d, King of England (engraving)
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Froissart Collection: Fr 2643 f. 97v Battle of Nevilles Cross from the Hundred Years War in 1346
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Froissart Collection: 8378 Velin 745 f. 1 Knights on horseback, c. 1350s (vellum)
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Froissart Collection: Fr 2643 f. 165v Battle of Crecy from the Hundred Years War
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Froissart Collection: Battle of Crecy in 1346, copy of Froissarts Chronicles (engraving) (b / w photo)
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Froissart Collection: Thirty Day Tournament, from Froissarts Chronicle (vellum) (b / w photo)
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Froissart Collection: Fr 2643 f. 82 Battle of Ecluse, 24th June 1340, from Froissarts Chronicle
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Froissart Collection: Entrance of the Queen Isabeau of Bavaria into Paris (chromolitho)
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Froissart Collection: Coronation of Charles V, King of France (chromolitho)
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Froissart Collection: Ms. 1 fol. 6 v Isabella of France, Queen of England, Takes Leave of William I
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Froissart Collection: Bust of Thomas Johnes of Hafod, MP, FRS, 1811 (plaster)
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Froissart Collection: Froissart ecrivant ses Chroniques (chromolitho)
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Froissart Collection: Ms 5190 f. 88 A Tournament in London: Jousting, from Froissarts Chronicles
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Froissart Collection: John of Gaunt being received by the citizens of Bayonne at the town gates


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"Froissart: Chronicling the Turbulent History of England and Beyond" Step back in time with Froissart, a renowned chronicler of history, as we explore the captivating events that shaped medieval Europe. From the Peasants Revolt led by Wat Tyler in 1381 to the iconic Battle of Crecy in 1346, Froissart's detailed accounts provide us with invaluable insights into these pivotal moments. Immerse yourself in his vivid descriptions captured within the pages of "Chroniques de Froissart, " a 14th-century manuscript depicting the intensity and grandeur of battles like never before. Witness John Ball, an agitator who stirred hearts during times of social unrest, leaving an indelible mark on English society. Transporting us to St Inglevert, France between 1470-1475 is Master of Harley Froissart's artwork showcasing thrilling jousts that enthralled spectators. Meanwhile, Isabeau of Bavaria reigns as Queen of France during this era - her influence shaping political landscapes and cultural exchanges. Edward Woodstock or The Black Prince emerges as a formidable figure amidst this tapestry; his military prowess and strategic brilliance forever etched into history books. Tunisia too finds its place within Froissart's chronicles when he journeyed there in 1390 - unveiling tales from distant lands for curious readers. The Battle of Otterburn takes center stage on August 5th, 1388 - engraved meticulously by Froissart himself. This clash between England and Scotland becomes immortalized through his words and illustrations capturing both triumphs and tragedies on the battlefield. Even Charles V Le Sage or Wise King does not escape our attention; experiencing his final days while entrusting his family and kingdom to his brothers' care between 1337-1380. And amidst all these historical events lies Jehan de Lyon's funerals - a poignant reminder of the fleeting nature of life and the legacies we leave behind.