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Constance and her Child leaving Northumberland - The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer

Virginius and Virginia by Warwick Goble Virginius has a pretty daughter. She is spotted by a judge, Appius. His accomplice claims in court that Virginia is his runaway slave and Appius decrees that her father must bring her to the court. Virginius goes home and tells her he must kill her to protect her honour. She agrees, and he cuts her head off. He takes her head to the court and when Appius demands his execution for murder the populace rises up and  Appius goes to jail and kills himself.

Virginius and Virginia - The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer

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The Angel presenting the Crowns to  Cecily and Valerian - The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer (1912)

The Angel presenting the Crowns to Cecily and Valerian - The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer

WARWICK GOBLE (British, 1862-1943) The Story of Suza, the Impetuous, Green Willow and Other Japanese Fairy Tales book illustration, 1910 Watercolor and ink on paper

WARWICK GOBLE (British, The Story of Suza, the Impetuous, Green Willow and Other Japanese Fairy Tales book illustration, 1910 Watercolor and ink on paper 9 x in. Signed lower right From the Estate of John McLaughlin.

The Greek Fleet - The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer

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The Knight and the Old Woman - The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer

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Henry Justice Ford, "How the Fairies Came to See Ogier the Dane", illustration for Andrew Lang's "Red Romance Book"

From the Red Romance Book by Andrew Lang. The caption reads "How the Fairies Came to See Ogier the Dane." Ogier is a major character in the Charlemagne legends and beloved of Morgan le Fay.

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