Stone in New Forest, marking the site of the Oak-Tree against which the Arrow of Sir Walter Tyrrel …
|Caption||Stone in New Forest, marking the site of the Oak-Tree against which the Arrow of Sir Walter Tyrrel is said to have Glanced. Illustration from Old England, A Pictorial Museum edited by Charles Knight (James Sangster & Co, c 1845).|
|Artwork medium||Printed material|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||Stone New Forest Oak Tree Arrow of Sir Walter Tyrrel Glanced William Rufus king William II|
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