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On 14th March 1554 at the Mercers’ Hall on Cheapside, London, ‘serten velyns [villains] dyd breke the neke of the ymage of sant Thomas of Canturbere, and on of ys arms broke’. This attack followed a previous bout of iconoclasm earlier in the year. Through the biographical study of this statue of...
In 1591, the preacher commonly known as Henry ‘silver-tongued’ Smith urged the congregation of St Clement Danes, London, to ‘restore that which you haue got by vsurie, or else you doe not repent of your vsurie’. This article contributes to understanding of repentance as a pervasive theme in...
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