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The first charge at Hastings: Taillefer the minstrel sword-juggler rode from the ranks singing and tossing his sword in the air, 1066, illustration from the book The History of the Nation

by Richard Caton Woodville

The first charge at Hastings: Taillefer the minstrel sword-juggler rode from the ranks singing and tossing his sword in the air, 1066, illustration from the book The History of the Nation - Richard Caton Woodville
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The first charge at Hastings: Taillefer the minstrel sword-juggler rode from the ranks singing and tossing his sword in the air, 1066, illustration from the book The History of the Nation - Richard Caton Woodville

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English: "The first charge at Hastings: Taillefer the minstrel sword-juggler rode from the ranks singing and tossing his sword in the air, 1066, illustration from the book The History of the Nation" oil on Canvas.
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