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Royal 13 B VIII ff. 28v-29 Kingship ritual and the Irish
Kingship ritual and the Irish
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Description: Marginal miniatures of the kingship ritual in Trirconnell of killing of the white mare, the bath of a king in a stew of mare's meat, and eating of the meat by the king's supporters; and on the opposite page, two men of Connaugh in a boat called a curragh and an Irishman riding bare-chested on a horse. 
Origin: England, N. (Lincoln?) 


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