File:Battle of Bannockburn - Bruce addresses troops.jpg

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English: Bannockburn: Bruce Reviewing His Troops Before the Battle
Date before 1907
date QS:P,+1907-00-00T00:00:00Z/7,P1326,+1907-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
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Source Edmund Bleigh, Leighton () "Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth" in Cassell's History of England, vol. 1 (The King's Edition ed.), London, New York, Toronto & Melbourne: Cassell and Company, pp. p. 373 Retrieved on .
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Edmund Blair Leighton signs his woodcuts as EBL.[2][3]
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References[edit]

  1. Arnold-Foster, Hugh Oakley () "Bannockburn" in A History of England from the Landing of Julius Caesar to the Present Day, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne: Cassell and Company, pp. p. 207 Retrieved on .
  2. Edmund Bleigh, Leighton () ""'Read for yourself, my dear', He Said."" in Cassell's Family Magazine, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne: Cassell and Company Retrieved on . “E. Blair Leighton signs as EBL”
  3. Cordova, Rudolph de () "The Art of Mr E. Blair Leighton" in The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women, London: Ward, Lock & Company, pp. pp. 577, 583 Retrieved on . “Edmund Blair Leighton was commonly known as E. Blair Leighton; he was hired by Cassell to illustrate publications”

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14:14, 28 April 2005Thumbnail for version as of 14:14, 28 April 2005800 × 616 (58 KB)Magnus Manske (talk | contribs)Battle of Bannockburn - Bruce addresses troops Image from '''''Cassell's History of England - Century Edition''''' - published circa 1902 Scan by Tagishsimon, 23rd June 2004 Originally uploaded to e
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