A sweeping panorama of London in the year of the Armada,stretching from Westminster to the Tower, and St Paul’s Cathedral to Southwark
Taken from A Particular Description of England with the portraitures of certaine of the cheiffest citties and townes by William Smith, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant to the College of Arms. The summer of this year was dominated by the approach of the Spanish Armada and its ultimate defeat at the Battle of Gravelines by the English fleet under Lord Howard of Effingham and Sir Francis Drake. It was shortly after this that Queen Elizabeth made her famous speech to the troops at Tilbury (see our map ref M067).
Original Size: 29 x 54 cms
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