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England, perhaps London, ca. 1470
MS M.126 fol. 176r

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Confessio Amantis: Scene, Lucius of Rome advised by Fool -- Lucius of Rome, crowned, wearing robe lined with vair, is seated on throne, gesturing and looking toward fool, wearing hood with bell on peak and on liripipe, kneeling on one knee, looking and gesturing toward Lucius. They are flanked by two men, both wearing collar or chain of gold, long tunics lined with fur, one with right hand on hilt of sheathed sword, and left hand on breast, and the other raising both hands.
Scene in room with decorated wall, windows, and tile floor.
Champie initial I with spray-work.

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