The Battle Array of Carberry Hill Near Edinburgh with the Surrender of Mary Queen of Scots
- Part Of:
- Stipple engraving, line engraving, and etching on moderately thick, moderately textured, cream, laid paper
- Sheet: 18 3/4 × 23 3/16 inches (47.6 × 58.9 cm), Plate: 18 1/4 × 22 9/16 inches (46.4 × 57.3 cm), and Image: 17 5/8 × 21 15/16 inches (44.8 × 55.7 cm)
Lettered, center left: "IN BELLUMPRODEUNT SCOTORUM REGINA TRADITORQUE BOTHWELLS:.CONTRA QUOS VENIUNT REGNI ILLIUS PROCERES"; lettered, upper center; "LAMENTABILE HOC QUOU VIDEAS FERENTES VEXILLUM PROFLIGATUS BOTHWELLUS AD DUNBARULM IN CASTELLUM FUGIT:REGINA VERO SIMPLICI HABITU"; letterd, upper right: "PL.VIII"; lettered, center right: "DEFORMATA SESE IN MANUS NOBILIUM DEDIT: IN QUORU CONUENTU DICIUM IN CAEDIS SUPRIORIS PRINCIPES DIOS."; lettered, lower center: The BATTLE-ARRAY of CARBERRY-hill near EDINBURGH with the Surrender of MARY Queen of Scots | to the Confederate Lords of Scotland, and the Escape of Earl Bothwell, 1567. | Done from the Original now in Kensington Palace, presented to the Royal Family | by the Rt. Honble. Thomas Earl of Pomfret Ao Do 1738"
- Credit Line:
- Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
- Copyright Status:
- Public Domain
- Accession Number:
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after George Vertue, 1684–1756, British, The Battle Array of Carberry Hill Near Edinburgh with the Surrender of Mary Queen of Scots, 1738
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