File:Latimer Ridley Foxe burning.jpg

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Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley martyred by being burnt at the stake. John Foxe's book of martyrs. 1563 edition. When looking at these images which portray ideas such as martyrdom it is always interesting to know how historical the depiction is, in this case less than ten years after the event. An X marks the spot in Broad St. Oxford where they were burnt when it was the Town Ditch outside the walls. St Michael at the Northgate is now hidden behind a row of houses and it is in this Saxon Tower (http://www.smng.org.uk/) that the two martyrs were imprisoned before being burnt. You will notice a Saxon tower (their prison) in the background of the print. Oxford City Museum shows a barbican at this point in the walls in a map of 1578. So by and large this seems to show it like it was.
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Other versions Image:Foxe's Book of Martyrs - Latimer & Ridley.jpg

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current16:04, 16 April 2016Thumbnail for version as of 16:04, 16 April 20161,546 × 1,297 (857 KB)Jfhutson (talk | contribs)Better
04:02, 30 November 2005Thumbnail for version as of 04:02, 30 November 20051,280 × 1,024 (385 KB)Bkwillwm (talk | contribs)http://dlib.lib.ohio-state.edu/foxe/getimages.php?Edition=1563&Image_Type=Woodcut Hugh Latimer and Ridley burned, their martyrdom. John Foxe's book of martyrs. 1563 edition. "Play the man"
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