The Burning of Archbishop Cranmer - Illustration

16th Century, 16th Century Style, Archbishop, Bonfire, British Culture

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Stock illustration ID:173756728
Upload date:July 14, 2013

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'Vintage engraving of the buring at the stake of Archbishop Cranmer in 1556. Engraving from 1858, photo by D Walker. After King Edward VI's death, Cranmer supported Lady Jane Grey as successor. Her nine-day reign was followed by the Roman Catholic Queen Mary, who tried him for treason. He was forced to proclaim to the public his error in the support of Protestantism. Despite this, Cranmer was sentenced to be burnt to death in Oxford on 21 March 1556. He dramatically stuck his right hand, with which he had signed his recantation, into the fire first.'
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