Book: NE 870 (A volume containing the Cronikels of Jerusalem and Le viage de Godfrey Boylion)

Created c.1400-1425

Ownership Details

Joan Beaufort, countess of Westmorland, Ownership Confirmed (c.1424-?) by Archival Mention.


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