"Cannon of the time of the restoration." -Foster, 1921

Cannon

"Cannon of the time of the restoration." -Foster, 1921

Site of the Shrine of St. Thomas, Canterbury Cathedral.

St. Thomas Shrine

Site of the Shrine of St. Thomas, Canterbury Cathedral.

Canterbury Cathedral.

Norman Crypt

Canterbury Cathedral.

Aproach to Canterbury Cathedral.

Mercury Lane

Aproach to Canterbury Cathedral.

Baptistry at Canterbury Cathedral.

Baptistry

Baptistry at Canterbury Cathedral.

Transept of the Martyrdom at Canterbury Cathedral.

Transept of the Martyrdom

Transept of the Martyrdom at Canterbury Cathedral.

Tomb of the Black Prince at Canterbury Cathedral.

Tomb of the Black Prince

Tomb of the Black Prince at Canterbury Cathedral.

Martyrdom of St. Thomas at Canterbury Cathedral.

Martyrdom of St. Thomas

Martyrdom of St. Thomas at Canterbury Cathedral.

Canterbury Cathedral.

Green Court Gate

Canterbury Cathedral.

Canterbury Cathedral.

Christ Gate

Canterbury Cathedral.

Towers of the West Gate at Canterbury Cathedral.

Towers of the West Gate

Towers of the West Gate at Canterbury Cathedral.

The Chair of St. Augustine at Canterbury Cathedral.

The Chair of St. Augustine

The Chair of St. Augustine at Canterbury Cathedral.

"Canute." — Lardner, 1885

Canute

"Canute." — Lardner, 1885

"Among the Danish kings of England, Canute stands preeminent for his wisdom and military prowess. His father, Sweyn, king of Denmark, after a most successful campaign against the Saxons, entered London in triumph, and England was completely conquered." — Goodrich, 1844

Canute and followers

"Among the Danish kings of England, Canute stands preeminent for his wisdom and military prowess. His…

Silver penny of Canute, aka Knut the Great, king of England

Silver penny of Canute

Silver penny of Canute, aka Knut the Great, king of England

When Henry VIII became king in 1509, Wolsey's affairs prospered. He became Canon of Windsor, Berkshire in 1511, the same year in which he became a member of the Privy Council. His political star was in the ascendant, and he soon became the controlling figure in all matters of state. 1514, he was made Bishop of Lincoln, and then Archbishop of York.

Cardinal Wolsey Served by Noblemen

When Henry VIII became king in 1509, Wolsey's affairs prospered. He became Canon of Windsor, Berkshire…

(1795-1881) English author

Thomas Carlyle

(1795-1881) English author

"This fortress was founded by Edward I in 1283. It is one of the most impressive of the decayed medieval strongholds of the British Isles."—Myers, 1905

Carnarvon Castle

"This fortress was founded by Edward I in 1283. It is one of the most impressive of the decayed medieval…

"The next day there was a lively time in Cambridge. All Middlesex was aflame, to say nothing of the towns in Worcester. The people came flocking into town - several thousand of them. Dr. Warren and some of the other patriots rode out and persuaded the citizens not to do anything rash. They found old Judge Danforth standing on the Court-house steps, promising never to have anything more to do with Gage's government. He is a councilor. Then the sheriff was called upon to resign."—Coffin, 1879

Carted Through the Streets

"The next day there was a lively time in Cambridge. All Middlesex was aflame, to say nothing of the…

English writer.

Thomas Caryle

English writer.

Caerphilly Castle is a Norman castle that dominates the centre of the town of Caerphilly in south Wales. Caerphilly Castle was built to stop Llywelyn's southward ambitions. It is the largest castle in Wales, the second largest in Britain (second to Windsor Castle) and is one of the largest fortresses in Europe. Built mainly between 1268 and 1271, it is an early example of a concentric castle.

Caerphilly Castle

Caerphilly Castle is a Norman castle that dominates the centre of the town of Caerphilly in south Wales.…

The Norwich Castle was built in 1067 by the order of William the Conquerer, who was King of England at the time. The castle was built to be used as fortification in the city of Norwich, England.

Norwich Castle

The Norwich Castle was built in 1067 by the order of William the Conquerer, who was King of England…

The Pontefract Castle is located in the town of Pontefract in West Yorkshire, England. It was where Richard II, eighth King of England lived and died. The castle was built by Ilbert de Lacy in about 1070.

Pontefract Castle

The Pontefract Castle is located in the town of Pontefract in West Yorkshire, England. It was where…

The Windsor castle is located in the county of Berkshire in England. It is the largest inhabited castle in the world. Currently it is one of the principal residence of the British Monarch, where Queen Elizabeth II spends many weekends out of the year at the castle.

Windsor Castle

The Windsor castle is located in the county of Berkshire in England. It is the largest inhabited castle…

Catharine of Aragon

Catharine of Aragon

Catharine of Aragon

The Lincoln Cathedral in England is an example of early English Gothic architecture during medieval times.

Lincoln Cathedral

The Lincoln Cathedral in England is an example of early English Gothic architecture during medieval…

English statesman.

William Cecil

English statesman.

This center-dish is found in London, England and is made out of glass and silver.

Center-Dish

This center-dish is found in London, England and is made out of glass and silver.

A form of transportation used during 17th century England.

Coach and Sedan Chair

A form of transportation used during 17th century England.

The place where King Henry VII was laid to rest.

Chapel and Throne of Henry VII

The place where King Henry VII was laid to rest.

The King of England, Scotland and Ireland from 1625 to 1649.

Charles I

The King of England, Scotland and Ireland from 1625 to 1649.

Charles I and armor-bearer

Charles I and armor-bearer

Charles I and armor-bearer

King of England (1625-1649)

Charles I, King of England

King of England (1625-1649)

King of England

Charles II

King of England

"Coin of Charles II." — Lardner, 1885

Charles II

"Coin of Charles II." — Lardner, 1885

The king of England, Scotland, and Ireland from 1660 to 1665.

Charles II

The king of England, Scotland, and Ireland from 1660 to 1665.

The silver crown coin of Charles II, who was the King of England between 1649 and 1651.

Silver Crown of Charles II

The silver crown coin of Charles II, who was the King of England between 1649 and 1651.

"That prince escaped from the battle of Worcester as soon as he saw that the day was lost. With a small company of attendants, he eluded the pursuit of the enemy's cavalry by the fleetness of his horse, and struck off from the high road without well knowning which way to go." — Goodrich, 1844

Escape of Charles II

"That prince escaped from the battle of Worcester as soon as he saw that the day was lost. With a small…

Earl of Chatham

Earl of Chatham

Earl of Chatham

Chaucer's Tomb at Westminster Abbey.

Chaucer's Tomb

Chaucer's Tomb at Westminster Abbey.

(c. 1343-1400) English poet

Geoffrey Chaucer

(c. 1343-1400) English poet

(c. 1343-1400) English poet

Geoffrey Chaucer

(c. 1343-1400) English poet

English writer/poet, most famous for his "Cantebury Tales"

Geoffrey Chaucer

English writer/poet, most famous for his "Cantebury Tales"

This Medieval chest is from England. It was a prismatic box without feet, with delicate iron mounts and all kinds of carving.

Medieval Chest

This Medieval chest is from England. It was a prismatic box without feet, with delicate iron mounts…

"A fish of the family Cyprinidae, of the same genus with the roach, dace, bleak and minnow. The color is bluish-black on the upper parts, passing in to silvey white on the belly; the cheeks and gill-covers rich golden yellow. The chub rarely attains a weight exceeding 5 lbs. It is plentiful in many of the rivers of England, and occurs in some of those of the south-west of Scotland." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Chub

"A fish of the family Cyprinidae, of the same genus with the roach, dace, bleak and minnow. The color…

The tower is the only remaining piece of the Earls Barton Church in Northamptonshire, England. It is one of the best examples of Saxon architecture.

Earls Barton Church

The tower is the only remaining piece of the Earls Barton Church in Northamptonshire, England. It is…

An illustration of a group of people leaving church on a Sunday morning in England.

Group Leaving Church

An illustration of a group of people leaving church on a Sunday morning in England.

A coat of arms representing the city of Cirencester, England.

Cirencester

A coat of arms representing the city of Cirencester, England.

The seal for the city of Chester, England.

City Arms

The seal for the city of Chester, England.

Coach at the time of Elizabeth I

Coach at the time of Elizabeth I

Coach at the time of Elizabeth I

Cockchafer, also known as may bugs, is the common name of melolontha vulgaris. These beetles are native to England.

Male and Female Cockchafer

Cockchafer, also known as may bugs, is the common name of melolontha vulgaris. These beetles are native…

An ancient British coin.

British coin

An ancient British coin.

A seal representing the town of Colchester, England.

Colchester

A seal representing the town of Colchester, England.

"A market-town and municipal borough of England, in the county of Cheshire, near the border of Staffordshire, 26 miles south of Manchester by rail. it is finely situated in a deep valley, on the banks of the dane, a tributary of the Weaver." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Congleton

"A market-town and municipal borough of England, in the county of Cheshire, near the border of Staffordshire,…

Section of Corndon Hill, in Shropshire, England; the type of the phacolith.

Corndon Hill

Section of Corndon Hill, in Shropshire, England; the type of the phacolith.

(1738-1805) British general and statesman that served in the Seven Years war.

Charles Cornwallis

(1738-1805) British general and statesman that served in the Seven Years war.

British general, fought against the Americans in the Revolutionary War.

Lord Charles Cornwallis

British general, fought against the Americans in the Revolutionary War.

"Beneath the seat is the celebrated Scottish Stone of Scone, which was carried away from Scotland by Edward I."—Myers, 1905

Coronation Chair in Westminster Abbey

"Beneath the seat is the celebrated Scottish Stone of Scone, which was carried away from Scotland by…

Coronation chair of England in Westminster Abbey.

Coronation chair of England

Coronation chair of England in Westminster Abbey.