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English: Richard II's court favourite Robert de Vere fleeing Radcot Bridge after the 1387 battle; taken from the Gruthuse manuscript of Froissart's Chroniques (ca. 1475).
Česky: Oblíbenec dvora Richarda II. Robert de Vere prchá od Radcotského mostu po bitvě r. 1387; převzato z manuskriptu Froissartových Kronik přibližně z r. 1475
Date 15th century
Fifteenth-century manuscript of the chronicle of Jean Froissart held by Biblioteque Nationale de France
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