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Ethelred the Unready, circa 968-1016. Detail of illuminated manuscript, The Chronicle of Abindon, c.1220. MS Cott. Claude B.VI folio 87, verso, The British Library.

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Source Scanned from the book The National Portrait Gallery History of the Kings and Queens of England by David Williamson, ISBN 1855142287.
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current18:47, 27 April 2009Thumbnail for version as of 18:47, 27 April 2009640 × 776 (384 KB)Dcoetzee (talk | contribs)Much higher resolution superior quality version cropped from File:Ethelred the Unready.jpg
21:39, 4 February 2006Thumbnail for version as of 21:39, 4 February 2006218 × 270 (24 KB)Pufacz (talk | contribs)picture taken from en wiki, uploaded by wikipedian Gerhard (Talk) - Image of Ethelred II with an oversize sword from the illuminated manuscript "The Chronicle of Abingdon"
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