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  • Vishvambhara Das

    King Robert II of Scotland and his wife, Euphemia of Ross. (Forman Armorial)

  • Rita Koopman

    Euphemia (2nd wife) and her husband Robert II of Scotland, depicted in the Forman Armorial, produced in 1562 for their descendent, Mary of Scotland.

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