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"Cam I early, cam I late, I found Agnes at the gate" by historychick on Polyvore

"Cam I early, cam I late, I found Agnes at the gate" by historychick on Polyvore

Agnes, Countess of Dunbar (1312'-1369), known as Black Agnes, 1338

Agnes, Countess of Dunbar known as Black Agnes, 1338 My maternal ancestress save a similar ancestry to Li Khulan or Liu Hulan but this one is confirmed by my maternal grandmother still alive and advancing in her nineties

fifteenth century women's fashion - Google Search

fifteenth century women's fashion - Google Search

Black Agnes

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Robert the Bruce statue

The rise and triumph of Robert Bruce

Black Agnes Randolph  Dunbar’s wife Lady Agnes Randolph, Countess of Moray, nicknamed Black Agnes for her dark hair and complexion.  , on 10 June 1338, after five months of trying, Salisbury realised that he would never get the better of Agnes. As the mighty conquerors marched away the men made up a song:'She makes a stir in tower and trench, That brawling, boisterous, Scottish wench; Came I early, came I late. I found Agnes at the gate.'

The story of Black Agnes Randolph and her defence of Dunbar Castle against the Earl of Salisbury and the English in

Margaret of Anjou, Queen Consort of England's Henry VI

Margaret of Anjou, Queen Consort of England's Henry VI

Margaret of Anjou with her ladies-in-waiting, from a tapestry in St Mary's Hall, Coventry. (The Print Collector/Print Collector/Getty Images)

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Agnes Randolph, Countess of Dunbar and March, was better known as Black Agnes…

England court lady costume. 14th century. Middle ages fashion.

German medieval clothing in the 14th century

English court lady costume in Century. England fashion in the Late Middle Ages.

Vers 1420, Guiron le Courtois BNF folio 215r

Vers Guiron le Courtois BNF folio Nice look at the painted tent details. Obviously not worried about matching the roof to the walls in period.

Letters from Queen Margaret of Anjou

'By the Quene' - Letters of Queen Margaret of Anjou

Vigiles du roi Charles VII The marriage of Henry VI and Margaret of Anjou is depicted in this miniature from Vigiles de Charles VII

Agnes Randolph, Countess of Dunbar and March (c. 1312–1369), known as Black Agnes for her dark hair and eyes, and sallow complexion, was the wife of Patrick, 9th Earl of Dunbar and March.  Agnes became renowned for her heroic defence of Dunbar Castle against an English attack by the William Montagu, 1st Earl of Salisbury, which began on 13 January 1338 and ended on June 10, 1338.

z- F- 'Marshall's 'Scotland's Story', Countess Agnes Randolph Defending Dunbar Castle from King Edward III

First panels of Scottish diaspora tapestry unveiled — The Official Gateway to Scotland

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This Chainmail Knight figure will no doubt inspire young imaginations for endless hours of playtime. See full details.

This Chainmail Knight figure will no doubt inspire young imaginations for endless hours of playtime. See full details.

Spacer fabric 1.5 to 2mm thick , Slight Seconds, 100% Polyester 1 metre, TF021 in Crafts,Sewing & Fabric,Fabric | eBay

Spacer fabric 1.5 to 2mm thick , Slight Seconds, 100% Polyester 1 metre, TF021 in Crafts,Sewing & Fabric,Fabric | eBay

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