Cardinal Allen - Illustration

Hat, 16th Century, 16th Century Style, Allen Lake, Beard

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Stock illustration ID:173630313
Upload date:July 13, 2013

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'Vintage engraving of Cardinal Allen. Engraving from 1854, photo by D Walker. William Allen (1532 aa 16 October , 1594) was an English Roman Catholic priest and cardinal. Allen helped plan the Spanish Armada's invasion of England, and was to have been Archbishop of Canterbury and Lord Chancellor had it succeeded. His activities were part of the Counter Reformation, but made matters worse for Roman Catholics in England.'
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