A sixteenth-century image of an ancient British maiden, intended to illustrate the perceived similarities between the ancient Britons and the inhabitants of the New World.
A depiction of sixteenth-century Wales, by the Welsh cartographer Humphrey Lhuyd.
A page of the Nugent Manuscript, a sixteenth-century collection of Irish poetry.
Irish Feast. From John Derricke,
The Image of Irelande
The frontispiece of Derricke's Poly-Olbion (1612).
A British alehouse with chickens roasting on a spit.
Mary, Queen of Scots, the object of England's "Rough Wooing."
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Fúbún fúibh, a shluagh Gaoidheal
(Fooboon upon you, ye hosts of the Gael)
The Image of Ireland
The Triumphs of Reunited Britannia London
A View of the Present State of Ireland
A Survey of London
A Swiss Tourist in London
The Complaint of Scotland