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The Rebellion of Northumberland and Westmoreland; The Treacherous Practice of Don John of Austria; Stucely, Encouraged by the Pope and the King of Spain, Raiseth Rebellion; Desmond's Bloody Practice Approved, detail from 'Popish Plots and Treasons' (engraving) (b&w photo) (detail of 108074)

rebellion against Queen Elizabeth I;

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The Rebellion of Northumberland and Westmoreland; The Treacherous Practice of Don John of Austria; Stucely, Encouraged by the Pope and the King of Spain, Raiseth Rebellion; Desmond's Bloody Practice Approved, detail from 'Popish Plots and Treasons' (engraving) (b&w photo) (detail of 108074)
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XJF105700
Title
The Rebellion of Northumberland and Westmoreland; The Treacherous Practice of Don John of Austria; Stucely, Encouraged by the Pope and the King of Spain, Raiseth Rebellion; Desmond's Bloody Practice Approved, detail from 'Popish Plots and Treasons' (engraving) (b&w photo) (detail of 108074)
Artist
Danckerts, Cornelis I (c.1603-56) / Dutch
Location
British Museum, London, UK
Medium
engraving
Description
rebellion against Queen Elizabeth I;
Photo credit
Bridgeman Images
Keywords
Don John of Austria (1547-1578) / habsburg / Hapsburg / gregory xiii / philip ii / broadsheet / conspiracy / kerry mountains / 7th earl of northumberland / 1569 rising of the north / earl of desmond / northern rebellion / murder / political betrayal / thomas stukeley / earl / thomas percy / smerwick / charles neville / ridolfi

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