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|Authors:||Howard, Henry, 1796-1847, del.|
Neagle, James, 1765-1822, sculp.
|Keywords:||Prints;King John;Howard, Henry, 1796-1847--Artist;Neagle, James, 1765-1822--Engraver;Longman and Co.--Publisher;Constance (Fictitious character);Arthur (Fictitious character);Salisbury, Earl of (Fictitious character);Armor;Swords;Crowns;Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616|
|Publisher:||Published by Longman & Company|
|Abstract:||Arthur stands by his mother Constance after she has thrown herself to the ground saying "Here I and sorrow sit; here is my throne, bid kings come bow to it." Salisbury watches them silently in King John act 3 scene 1. Published by Longman & Co.|
|Description:||The TIFF was created at 1200 dpi and 8-bit grayscale.|
|Appears in Collections:||Farnsworth Shakespeare Print Collection Images|
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