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        A group of Protestants being led to London for trial, from 'Acts and Monuments' by John Foxe, 1563

        English School, (16th century). Medium: woodcut. Date: 1563. Caption reads, 'the picture of 22 Godly and faithfull Christians apprehended about Colchester prisoned together in one band, and so with three leaders at the most brought up to London'; image includes a quote from Matthew 10, 'Ye shall be led before princes and rulers for my Names sake'; Protestant persecutions under Queen Mary I; John Foxe (1516-87); Provenance: Private Collection.

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