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Anonyme, De ponderibus medicinalibus (3r). Pseudo-Hippocrates latinus, Epistola ad Maecenatem (3v-5v). Antonius Musa, Epistola de herba vetonica (19-22v). Pseudo-Apuleius, Herbarius (sive Liber de nominibus et virtutibus herbarum) et Pseudo-Dioscorides, De herbis femininis (22v-63v).

Anonyme, De ponderibus medicinalibus (3r). Pseudo-Hippocrates latinus, Epistola ad Maecenatem (3v-5v). Antonius Musa, Epistola de herba vetonica (19-22v). Pseudo-Apuleius, Herbarius (sive Liber de nominibus et virtutibus herbarum) et Pseudo-Dioscorides, De herbis femininis (22v-63v).

This inscription signed Thomas Miagh 1581 is in the Beauchamp Tower. THOMAS MIAGH – WHICH LETH HERE THAT FAYNE WOLD FROM HENS BE GON BY TORTURE STRAUNGE MI TROUTH WAS TRYED YET OF MY LIBERTY DENIED. Never brought to trail, he was imprisoned until 1583, yet allowed “the liberty of the Tower” which meant he could move freely within the precincts.

This inscription signed Thomas Miagh 1581 is in the Beauchamp Tower. THOMAS MIAGH – WHICH LETH HERE THAT FAYNE WOLD FROM HENS BE GON BY TORTURE STRAUNGE MI TROUTH WAS TRYED YET OF MY LIBERTY DENIED. Never brought to trail, he was imprisoned until 1583, yet allowed “the liberty of the Tower” which meant he could move freely within the precincts.

Graffiti de prisonniers de droits commun (1871), château de Vincennes (Prisoners graffiti, castle of Vincennes, France), History!  #streetart #streetartist #urbanart #urbanartist #graffiti #graff #streetartparis #parisgraffiti #graffitiwall #wall #prison #roi #king #instagraff #jail  Château de Vincennes

Graffiti de prisonniers de droits commun (1871), château de Vincennes (Prisoners graffiti, castle of Vincennes, France), History! #streetart #streetartist #urbanart #urbanartist #graffiti #graff #streetartparis #parisgraffiti #graffitiwall #wall #prison #roi #king #instagraff #jail Château de Vincennes

Graffiti from 1587 in the Tower of London, done by Philip Howard, Earl of Arundel. From Lisby1 on Flickr.

Graffiti from 1587 in the Tower of London, done by Philip Howard, Earl of Arundel. From Lisby1 on Flickr.

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