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Sir Nigel Loring, Order of the Garter, c.1364
Liber vite of St Alban's Abbey, MS Cotton Nero D VII, f.105v
Provenance: St Albans, Hertfordshire. Benedictine abbey of St Alban.
Location: British Library, London
Shelfmark: Cotton Nero D.vii
Title: Liber vite
Type of evidence: c: evidence from locally specific contents, including obits, scribbles, etc.
Date: s. xiv ex.
Given to Cotton by Viscount St. Albans in 1623.
Belonged earlier to Mr Coxe of Beaumond by St Albans, see V. H. Galbraith, The St Albans Chronicle (1937), p. xxxvi.
Picture Source: p47, English Medieval Knight 1300-1400 by Christopher Gravett (Author), Graham Turner (Illustrator)
Sir Nigel Loring, who died in 1386, wearing the robes of the Order of the Garter embellished with garters. (By permission of the British Library, MS Cotton Nero D VII, f.105v)
A knight of the Order of the Garter in Armies of the Middle Ages, volume 1 by Ian Heath, based on Sir Nigel Loring in British Library MS Cotton Nero D VII
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