British Library, Royal 19 B XV, detail of f. 30v (“Detail of a miniature of John witnessing frogs emerging from the mouths of a seven-headed dragon, a seven-headed beast and false prophets, illustrating Revelation 16:13.”). Apocalypse, with commentary (The ‘Queen Mary Apocalypse’), with the prologue of Gilbert de la Porrée translated in French. England, 1st quarter of the 14th century.
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William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke. Served King Henry II, Queen Eleanor of Aqutaine, tutor of Henry, the Young King. As a rival, the only man to best Richard the Lionhearted, then turned ally. Supported John, saved London from the French and expelled them as Regent, under the boy King Henry III. Effigy at Temple church, London