‘IACOBUS D. G▪ MAG [...] [...] FRAN: ET HI [...] [...]
‘ANNA D. G. MAG: BRITANNIAE▪ FRANCIAE▪ ET HIBER REGINA’

BAZILIωLOGIA A Booke of Kings Beeing
The true and liuely EFFIGIES of all our English Kings from the Conquest vntill this present: with their seuerall Coats of: Armes, Jmpreses and Devises▪ And a briefe Chronologie of their liues and deaths.

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WILHELMVS CONQUESTOR REX ANGLIAE, DUX NORMANNORUM. ETc.
‘Fortiter resistendum’

William the Conqueror Duke of Normandy (after he had in Battaile slaine Harolde) toke vppon him the Crowne of England. He raigned 19 yeares, 11 monthes▪ died at the age of 74 yeares, and lieth buried at Caen in Normandy. Anno 1087.

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WILHELMUS II REX ANGLIAE ET DUX NORMANNIAE. ETc:

William Rufus King of England and Duke of Normandy: He was slaine being shot into the body by misfortune in new Forest in Hamshire, after he had raigned 12 yeares and [...] monthes, at the age of 43, and lieth buried at Winchester Anno 1100.

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HENRICUS PRIMUS. REX ANGLIAE. ET NORMANNIAE DUX. ETc

HENRY the first (surnamed Beau-clark) King of Eng­land and Duke of Normandie: He raigned 35 yeares and 4 monthes died the 2 of December 1185. at the age of 67 yeares. and lieth buried at Reading. 1135.

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STEPHANUS REX ANGLIAE COMES BONONIAE ET MORTANIAE. &c.

Stephen a Valiant Prince, sonne to Stephen Earle of Blois, Charters, and Champaigne: and of Adela daughter to William ❧ Conquerour Vsurped the Kingdome of England, which caused him to be vexed with continuall warres. He raigned 18 yeares, 11 months and at the age of 49 yeares, and lieth buried at Feversham. 1154.

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HENRICUS II ANGLIAE REX: DUX NORMANIAE ET AQVITANANIAE: CO: PICTAVIAE ET ANDIGAVI• Dꝰ. HIBERNIAE.

Henry the 2d surnamed Shortmantle King of England, Duke of Normandy, and Aquitaine. Earle of Poicteres, and Anjov: Lord of Ireland. He raigned 34 yeares 9 months. died the 6th. of July 1189 at the age of 61 yeares, and lieth buried at Fonteverard in Normandy.

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RICHARDꝰ. I. REX ANG: ET HIERUS: DUX NORMANIAE, CO: PICTAVIAE / Dꝰ. HIBERNIAE.

The right Valiant Prince RICHARD surnamed Coeur-de-lion King of England and Hierusalem, Duke of Normandy and Aquitane, Earle of Poiters and Aniou, Lo: of Ireland. &c. He died at the age of 43 yeares Ano. 1199. after he had raigned 9 yeares, 9 months, and 22 dayes, and lieth buried at Fonteverard in Normandy.

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IOHANNES REX ANGLIAE, DVX NORMANNIAE, COMES PICTAVIAE ET ANDEGAVIAE Dꝰ HIB:

IOHN King of England, Duke of Normandy and Aqui­taine Earle of Poytou and Anjou, Lord of Jreland: He died at the age of 52 yeeres after he had reigned aboue 17 yeeres and lieth buried at Worcester. 1216.

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HENRICUS III ANGLIAE REX. D: AQVITAN: C: PICTAVIAE ET ANDIGAVIAE. DO. HIB:
‘DULCE BELLVM INEXP [...]TIS’

HENRY the III. King of England: Duke of Aquitane. Earle of Poictiers and Anjou. Lord of Ireland. He died at the age of 65 yeares, after he had raigned 56 yeares and lieth intombed at Westminster. 1272.

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EDWARDUS PRIMUS ANGLIAE REX / DUX AQUITANI• CO: PICTAUIAE ET ANDIGAVIAE: DNꝰ. HIBERNIAE
‘HINC FORTIOR IBO’

The noble and Victorious Prince EDWARD the first surnamed Long-shanks) King of England, Duke of Aquitaine, Earle of Poictiers, and Anjou: Lo: of Jreland &c. He Conquered Scotland, and brought from thence the Marble Chaire. He subdued and overcame Hewelyn Prince of Wales, and made his sonne Edward Prince thereof. he died at the age of 68 yeares. 1307▪ after he had raigned 34 yeares 8 monthes. buried at Westminister.

EDVARDUS SECUNDꝰ REX ANGLIAE DUX AQUITANIAE COMES PICTAVIAE ANDIGAVIAE ET PONTIEU / Dꝰ. HIBERNIAE
‘ARD [...]

Edward the 2d. King of England Duke of Aquitaine Earle of Poictou, Anjou, and Pontieu, Lord of Ireland. He raigned 19. yeares. 7 moths: and was deposed the 25th of Ianuary 1327. and shortly com­mitted to prison in Barkley Castle, and there cruelly murdered at the age of 43 yeares. buried at Glocester.

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EDWARDVS III. D. G. ANGLIAE ET FRANCIAE REX▪ DOMINUS HIBERNIAE.
‘HONI SOIT QVI MAL Y PENSE’‘SAPIENTIA FORTVNAM’

The true pourtraicture of EDWARD III▪ borne at Windsore, of the age of 15 yeres was crowned at Westminster the 2 of Februarie 1326. he tooke the tittle of King of France▪ as dew vnto him, both by Ciuill Lawe▪ and order of succession: being the Nephew and next heir male of K: Charles IIII. his mothers brother▪ in regard wherof he quartred the armes of France with Englands. He raigned 50. yeres. 5. mo: He died at the manor of Shene in Surrey. Ano. 1377. buried in Westminster.

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RICHARDUS II ANGLIAE ET FRANCIAE REX, DOMINUS HIBERNIAE, ETC.
‘HO [...] SO [...] QVI [...] Y [...]

The true pourtraicture of Richard the 2. King of England, and France, Lord of Jreland, and Prince of Chester he raigned 22 yeres, was deposed and murther'd at Pomfraict Cast: at the age of 33 yeares. Buried First at Langley. and 14 yeares after by K Henry the 5th remoued to Westminster, and their was honourably interred.

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HENRICUS QUARTUS ANGLIAE ET FRANCIAE REX / DOMINUS HIBERNIAE. &c.
‘HONI SOIT QVI M [...] Y PENSE’

The right noble Prince Henry the 4th. King of England and Fraunce▪ Lord of Ireland. &c. Who died at the age of 46 yeares. in Anno. 1413. after he had raigned 13 yeares. 6 moneths, and 4 dayes, and lieth buried at Canterbury.

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HENRICVS V. ANGLIAE ET FRANCIAE REX. DOMINUS. HIBERNIAE.
‘HONI S [...] QVI MAL Y PENSE’‘VNE SANS PLUS’

HENRY the v. began his reigne, the 20 of March, and was crowned at Westminster the 9, of Aprill following 1413. He reigned gloriously 9 yeres, 5 monthes, he died in the Castle of Boys Vincent by Paris, the 1, of September, 1422. and lieth intombed in the Abbey of St Peters at Westminster being of the age of 36 yeares when he departed this world

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HENRICVS VI. D. G. ANGLIAE ET FRANCIAE REX. DOMINUS HIBERNIAE ETc
‘HONI SOIT [...] MAL Y PENSE’

HENRY the VI borne at Windsor being of the age of eight Monthes beganne his reigne the 31 of August 1422. and crowned King of England at Westminster, the 6 of Nouember. 1429. and of Fraunce the 7 of December 1432. he reigned 38 yeres, 6 monthes, he died by violence, May 21. aged 52. An̄o 1471. first buried at Chertsey Abbey, thence remoued to Windsore, wher he was solempley inter'd.

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EDWARDUS IIII. ANGLIAE ET FRANCIAE REX DOMINꝰHIBER
‘HONI SOI [...] [...] MAL Y PENSE’‘HIC HAEC HOC TACEATIS’‘EXPIABIT AVT OBRVET’

The right n [...]e Prince EDWARD the 4th King of England and Fraunce Lord of Ireland. He raigned 22 yeares and 5 weekes. Died at the age of 52 y [...]ares: buried at Windsor. 1483.

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RICHARDUS TERTIVS ANGLIAE ET FRANCIAE REX / DOMINVS HYBERNIAE. etc.
[...]ONI SOIT [...] [...]L Y PENSE’

The portraict of RICHARD the 3. King of England, and Fraunce, Lord of Ireland. He was slaine at Bosworth feild the 22th. of August 1486. and homelye buried at the Graye friers Church in Leicester, when he had vsurped 2 yeares 2 monthes and one day

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EDVARDVS QVINTVS ANGLIAE ET GALLIAE REX / DOMINVS HYBERNIAE. etc.
‘HONI SOIT [...] [...]AL Y PENSE’‘BREVIS VIT [...] LEVIS CVLPA’

The picture of Edward the 5. who at the age of 13 yeares was deposed and cruelly murdered, by the procurement of Richard Duke of Gloucester his vnnaturall vnkle, when he had raigned 2 moneths and 11. dayes. and obscurely buried in the Tower. 1183.

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PRUDENTISS: PRIN: HENRICUS VII. D. G. ANGLIAE / GALLIAE HIBERNIAE REX. &c.

The most Mighty and Prudent Prince Henry the seaventh by the grace of god King of England Fraunce and Ireland &c.

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‘HONI SOIT QVI MAL Y PENSE’
UERA EFFIGIES HENRICI .VIII. ANGLIAE FRANCIAE, ET HIBERNIAE REX FIDEI DEFENS [...]
‘HONI SOIT [...] MAL Y PENSE’

The mighty and most magnificent Prince, Henry the eight, king of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. He raigned 37. yeares, and 10 monthes, died at the age of 57. yeares. & lieth buriet at Windso [...]

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ANNA BOLOENIA HENRICI VIII ANGLIAE FRANCIAE ET HIBERNIAE REGIS CONIUX &c

The Most Excellent Princesse Anne Boleyn wife to King Henry the VIII. and mother to the most renowmed Queene Elizabeth of famous memorie of Englande▪ France and Irelande Queene. She departed this lyffe in the yeare of our Lord God .1535.

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EDWARDUS SEXTUS DEI GRATIA ANGLIAE / FRANCIAE ET HYBERNIAE REX. ETc.
‘HONI SOIT Q [...] [...]AL Y PEN [...]E’

The true portraicture of King EDWARD the 6th. with the prayer that hee made to himselfe, his eyes being closed, thinking none had heard him, 3 howers before his death, in the 7th yeare of his Raygne, and 16th. of his age. ye 6 of Iul. Ao 1553.

‘LORD GOD deliuer me out of this miserable and wreched life, and take mee amonge thy Chosen: howbeit not my will, but thy will be donne. Lord I commit my spirit to thee. Oh Lorde thou knowest howe happye it were for me to be with thee: yet for thy Chosens sake send me life and health, that I may trulye serue thee. Oh my Lord God blesse thy people and save thyne Inheritaunce. Oh Lord God save thy Chosen people of England. Oh my Lord God defend this Re­alme from papistrye, and maynetayne thy true Religion, that I and my people may prayse thy holy name.’ Witnesse heerof p̄s [...] ̄t were Sr. Th: Wrath, Sr. H [...]. Sidney, 2 of ye Cheefe gentl: of ye pr [...]uie Chamber, Doct: Owen, Doct: Wendye, Christop: Salmon groome.

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  • Ioh: Sudbury &
  • Geo: Humble
UERA EFFIGIES▪ MARIAE▪ D. G. ANGLIAE, FRANCIAE, ET HIBERNIAE, REGINAE

The mighti [...] Princess MARIE by The Grace of God Queene of England France and Ireland, &c.

‘HONY SOIT [...] MAL Y PENSE’
ELIZABETHA D. G. ANGLIAE, FRANCIAE, ET HIBERNIAE REGINA. MORTUA 1602.
[...] [...]P [...]R EADEM’

The most Excellent Princes of (Famous Memorie) ELIZABETH by the Grace of God Queene of England, France, and Ireland. Defendor of the Faith. &c.

This Maiden-Queene Elizabeth, came into this world, the Eue of the Natiuitie of the blessed virgin Mary: and died on the Eue of the Annunciation of the virgin Mary 1602.

* Shee was Shee is (what can there more be said)?
In earth the first, in heauen the second Maide

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POTENTISS: IACOBUS D. G. MAGNAE BRITANNIAE, GALLIAE ET HIBERNIAE REX / FIDEI DEFENSOR

The right high and most mightie Monarch IAMES by the Grace of God King of great Britaine Fraunce and Ireland &c Defendor of the Faith.

‘HONI SOIT [...]VI MAL Y PENSE’
ANNA DEI GRA [...] BRITANN [...] FRANCIAE ET HYB [...]NIAE REGINA ETc.
‘LA MIA GRANDEZ [...] [...] [...]L EXCELSO’

Anno 1617

For FACE, for RACE, for GRACE, for euery thinge
Which makes a SPOUSE fitt for a ROIALL KINGE
Loe heere th Effigies which doth represent
That PEERE, that SPOUSE, that IEMM most excellent
Whom by a SACRED number I prove can
A threefolde QVEENE, a threefolde CHRISTI-ANNE
And by vniting THREE againe to ONE
I maye affirme SHEE'S paraleld by none
But is the EMPRESSE of true MAIESTIE
Whom (GOD preserue) nowe and Eternally.
HEN: FAR:

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