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Heraldic emblem of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, founded by Frances Sidney (Sidney’s daughter), a porcupine (statant) azure quills collar and chai
Heraldic emblem of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, founded by Frances Sidney (Sidney’s daughter), a porcupine (statant) azure quills collar and chain or, being the crest of the Sidney family
Tomb of Sir William Sidney (c. 1482–1554) at St John the Baptist, Penshurst
Tomb of Sir William Sidney (c. 1482–1554) at St John the Baptist, Penshurst
Sir Henry Sydney
Sir Henry Sydney
Lady Anne (Sidney) Fitzwilliam, 1577
Lady Anne (Sidney) Fitzwilliam, 1577
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Portrait by William Scrots, c. 1550
Portrait by William Scrots, c. 1550
Prince Edward in 1538, by Hans Holbein the Younger. He holds a golden rattle that resembles a sceptre; and the Latin inscription urges him to equal or
Prince Edward in 1538, by Hans Holbein the Younger. He holds a golden rattle that resembles a sceptre; and the Latin inscription urges him to equal or surpass his father.
Edward as Prince of Wales, 1546. He wears the Prince of Wales's feathers and crown on the pendant jewel. Attributed to William Scrots. Royal Collectio
Edward as Prince of Wales, 1546. He wears the Prince of Wales's feathers and crown on the pendant jewel. Attributed to William Scrots. Royal Collection, Windsor Castle
The badge of Prince Edward, from John Leland's Genethliacon illustrissimi Eaduerdi principis Cambriae (1543)
The badge of Prince Edward, from John Leland's Genethliacon illustrissimi Eaduerdi principis Cambriae (1543)