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  • K643b7043?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Southern Methodist University Bridwell Library and Ohio State University Libraries
    Description: Two clothed women fold their hands in prayer as they burn. This woodcut appears twice in the third edition (1576) to illustrate the burning of Agnes Potten and Joane Trunchfield (at Ipswich) (sig. AAAAa2r, p. 1787) and Margaret Thurston and Agnes Bongeor (at Colchester) (sig. LLLLl5r [left], p. 1913). Luborsky and Ingram 11223/89. JPEG file (3.66 MB).
  • Pc289q90t?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Southern Methodist University Bridwell Library and Ohio State University Libraries
    Description: Two clothed women fold their hands in prayer as they burn. This woodcut appears twice in the second edition (1570) to illustrate the burning of Agnes Potten and Joan Trunchfield (at Ipswich) (sig. FFFFf1v, p. 2072) and Margaret Thurston and Agnes Bongeor (at Colchester) (sig. SSSSs1v, p. 2216). Luborsky and Ingram 11223/89. JPEG file (3.66 MB).
  • 6d570350b?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Southern Methodist University Bridwell Library and Ohio State University Libraries
    Description: A chained man burns at the stake. He faces toward the left of the image and clasps his hands in prayer. This woodcut appears fourteen times in the third edition (1576) to illustrate the burning of Richard Houeden (sig. KK4r, p. 643); Babram (at Northfolk) (sig. PP5v, p. 706); Christopher Shomaker (at Newberry) (sig. BBb5r, p. 793); Gyles (sig. HHh3v, p. 862); N. Peke (at Ipswich) (sig. FFF5v, p. 1106); Kerby (at Ipswich) (sig. OOO6r, p. 1203); Adam Wallace (sig. RRR5r, p. 1237); Thomas Tomkyns (at Smithfield) (sig. SSSs1r, p. 1461); Nicholas Halle (at Rochester) (sig. FFFF6r, p. 1591); James Abbes (at Bury) (sig. GGGG2r [right], p. 1595); John Noyes (at Laxfield) (sig. LLLLl5v, p. 1914); William Nicole (at Herefordwest, Wales) (sig. MMMMm6r [right], p. 1927); Thomas Benbridge, Gentleman (sig. NNNNn6v, p. 1940); and Thomas Benion (at Bristow) (sig. OOOOo3v [left], p. 1946). Luborsky and Ingram 11223/18. JPEG file (3.57 MB).
  • 2j62sb60j?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Southern Methodist University Bridwell Library and Ohio State University Libraries
    Description: Alexander [Sander] Gouch and Driver’s wife [Alice Driver] stand naked and chained back-to-back while they burn at the stake. Driver’s wife faces the left of the image and has her arms extended to the crowd before her. Alexander Gouch faces the right of the image and has his left hand raised and his pointer finger extended and his right arm extended toward the soldier before him. A crowd of soldiers observes. Revised design of Luborsky and Ingram 11222/49 and 11223/98, which appear in the first (1563), second (1570), and fourth (1576) early English editions. JPEG file (529 KB).
  • X059cf06x?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Southern Methodist University Bridwell Library and Ohio State University Libraries
    Description: Christopher Shoomaker, an elderly bearded man, stands chained to the stake, fully clothed and with hands clasped and his face turned upward. His lips appear to be open and he may be speaking, perhaps to the soldier in front of him who is gesturing with his hand. He is surrounded by a crowd of civilians and soldiers. In earlier editions this martyrdom is illustrated by Luborsky and Ingram 11223/18 and appears only in the second (1570) and third early English editions (1576) to depict the burning of Christopher Shoomaker. This engraving, however, is an entirely new design based on Luborsky and Ingram 11223/19 and 11223/39 but is different from the design of "The burning of Babram." JPEG file (446 KB).
  • N296x5296?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Southern Methodist University Bridwell Library and Ohio State University Libraries
    Description: Two clothed women fold their hands in prayer as they burn. This woodcut appears twice in the fourth edition (1583) to illustrate the burning of Agnes Pote[n] and Jone Trunchfeld (at Ipswich) (sig. FFFFf6v, p. 1893) and Margaret Thurston and Agnes Bongeor (at Colchester) (sig. RRRRr4r, p. 2020). Luborsky and Ingram 11223/89. JPEG file (3.66 MB).
  • Cz30q050f?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Southern Methodist University Bridwell Library and Ohio State University Libraries
    Description: An unclothed man and woman burn back to back at a stake. This woodcut appears in the first (1563) and second (1570) editions to illustrate the burning of Simon Miller and Elizabeth Cooper at Norwich. It appears in the fourth edition (1583) to illustrate the burning of Alexander Gouch and Alice Driver at Ipswich. It does not appear in the third edition (1576). Luborsky and Ingram 11222/49, 11223/98. JPEG file (593 KB).
  • Tt44pt70j?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Southern Methodist University Bridwell Library and Ohio State University Libraries
    Description: A chained man burns at the stake. He faces toward the left of the image and clasps his hands in prayer. This woodcut appears fifteen times in the second edition (1570) to illustrate the burning of Richard Houeden (sig. Yy5r, p. 789); Babram (at Northfolk) (sig. GG1v [right], p. 866); Christopher Shomaker (sig. BBb6r, p. 945); Gyles (sig. IIi2r, p. 1021); Thomas Hytten (sig. SSs4v, p. 1134); James Baynham (sig. XXx5v [left], p. 1172); N. Peke (at Ipswich) (sig. III5v, p. 1292); Adam Wallace (sig. YYY6v, p. 1450); Thomas Tomkins (sig. UUUu1v, p. 1712); Nicholas Halle (sig. KKKK3r, p. 1859); James Abbes (sig. KKKK5v, p. 1864); John Noyes (sig. SSSSs2v, p. 2218); William Nicole (at Herefordwest, Wales) (sig. TTTTt3v, p. 2232); Thomas Benbrige, Gentleman (sig. UUUUu4v, p. 2246); and Thomas Benion (at Bristow) (sig. XXXXx2r [left], p. 2253). Luborsky and Ingram 11223/18. JPEG file (3.57 MB).
  • Hd76s549b?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Southern Methodist University Bridwell Library and Ohio State University Libraries
    Description: A chained man burns at the stake. He faces toward the left of the image and clasps his hands in prayer. This woodcut appears eleven times in the fourth edition (1583) to illustrate the burning of Rich. Houeden (sig. MM3v, p. 666); Babram (sig. RR6r, p. 731); Christopher Shoomaker (sig. BBb6r, p. 819); Gyles (sig. HHh5r, p. 889); N. Peke (at Ipswich) (sig. FFF6v, p. 1132); Kerby (sig. PPP2r, p. 1232); Adam Wallace (sig. SSS4v, p. 1273); Thomas Tomkyns (sig. XXXx1v, p. 1535); John Noyes (sig. RRRRr5r, p. 2022); W. Nicole (at Herefordwest, Wales) (sig. SSSSs5r [right], p. 2034); and Thomas Benion (at Bristow) (sig. UUUUu2v [left], p. 2053). Luborsky and Ingram 11223/18. JPEG file (3.57 MB).
  • K930c3532?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Southern Methodist University Bridwell Library and Ohio State University Libraries
    Description: A single man, known as “Peake,” is chained to the stake at Ipswich. Fully clothed, he extends his arms out toward the crowd that is gathered beneath him. In earlier editions this martyrdom is illustrated by Luborsky and Ingram 11223/18, which appears in the second (1570), third (1576), and fourth (1583) early English editions. Revised design of Luborsky and Ingram 11223/14, but differs from the revision used to illustrate "The burning of John Castellane." JPEG file (435 KB).