John I of England Battling Philip II of France

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Arienne King
by British Library
published on 06 December 2019
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An illumination from a 14th Century CE manuscript of the "Grandes Chroniques de France", depicting a battle between John I of England (r. 1199 - 1216 CE) and Philip II of France (r. 1180 - 1223 CE). Both kings are recognizable by their coats of arms; Philip II is identified by three pale gold fleur-de-lis on a blue field, while John wears three pale gold lions on a red field.

Made in Paris, France c. 1332 - 1350 CE. By Mahiet (active c. 1320 - 1350 CE) and the Master of the Cambrai Missal (active c. late 1330s CE). British Library, London.

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Library, B. (2019, December 06). John I of England Battling Philip II of France. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/11575/john-i-of-england-battling-philip-ii-of-france/

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Library, British. "John I of England Battling Philip II of France." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 06 Dec 2019. Web. 02 Dec 2021.

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