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Durham Cathedral, interior, tomb of John Neville

Tomb of John Lord Neville and his wife Maud Percy, daughter of "Hotspur". Lord John accompanied his father at the Battle of Neville's Cross (1346). Scots prisoners incarcerated in the Cathedral after Dunbar (1650) mutilated the Neville effigies. One of a set of Raphael Tuck souvenir postcards.

People:
Neville, Lord John
Percy, Maud
Date:
c.1925?
Period:
1901 - 1925
Place:
Durham City
You can see a history of Durham City at the Keys to the Past website.
The Keys to the Past (www.keystothepast.info) website provides access to a complete record of archaeological and historical sites in County Durham and Northumberland.
Item Type:
postcard
Artist:
unknown
Reference:
DR00582

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