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Figure 3

Composite of two paintings showing Thomas Beauchamp Earl of Warwick in a suit of armour and Edward third granting the principality of Aquitaine to his son Edward

Left: Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick (1370), who fought at the battle of Poitiers
Right: Edward III granting the principality of Aquitaine to his son Edward (the Black Prince) in 1362
Both images are from Meyrick’s A Critical Inquiry into Antient Armour, 1824