When flickering fame had fild the eares of marshall men of might, With rare report of Sydneys prayse (that honorable Knight); ...
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Turlough Luineach O'Neill submits to Sir Henry Sidney. He and his accompanying Irish kern kneel before Sidney who receives them in his tent. In the bacground the same scene is represented but this time Sir Henry Sidney followed by his mace-bearer and knights, comes out of his tent and embraces O'Neill.
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[Edinburgh] : [A. and C. Black], .
Originally published as woodcut Plate XII in: The image of Irelande with a discovery of woodkarne by John Derrick. London : John Day, 1581.
Physical description: 1 print : photomechanical ; 28.6 x 44.7 cm.
Reproduction Note: Neg. no.: R14192 (B&W).
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