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Flowers and trees of Tudor England; with an introduction by W. O. Hassall
Bib ID 1912501
Format BookBook
Author
Putnam, Clare
 
Description London, H. Evelyn, 1972 
[42] p., 32 leaves. col. illus. 34 cm. 
ISBN 0238789780
Notes

Includes reproductions from Bodleian MS. Ashmole 1504.

Bibliography: p. 9.

Subjects Bodleian Library. Manuscript. Ashmole 1504 -- Illustrations.  |  Folklore -- England -- History -- 16th century -- Sources.  |  Plants -- Folklore.  |  Great Britain -- History -- Tudors, 1485-1603.
Other authors/contributors Bodleian Library. Manuscript. Ashmole 1504. 1972

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