1431-2 for the coming of the lord king, who passed through as far as the beautiful shrine of the Lady Wisdom, set up solemnly on seven pillars that she had hewed out in the street of St Peter’s Cornhill, where he found and saw that lady, clothed in cloth of gold, seated in the most learned consistory of the Seven Liberal Arts in London

Entry:

pp. 119-25 / pp. 1153-58
CIVIC LONDON
1431-2
Letter Book K LMA: COL/AD/01/010
ff 103v-4v*

Volume:

Records of Early English Drama: Civic London to 1558. Edited by Anne Lancashire with David J. Parkinson (asst. ed.). 3 vols. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2015.

Category:

REED

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Civic London to 1558