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Woodcuts of the Ellesmere Portraits
These are the slightly enlarged reproductions of the woodcuts of the Ellesmere portraits made by W.D. Hooper and published in the Six-text Edition of The Canterbury Tales, ed. F.J. Furnivall for the Chaucer Society (1868). (Click on your selection below -- they are listed from left to right in the order in which they appear in the manuscript. Then click on "Return to index" below the picture or use the back button on your browser to return to this list.)

The Knight The Miller The Reeve The Cook
The Man of Law The Wife of Bath The Friar The Summoner
The Clerk The Merchant The Squire The Franklin
The Physician The Pardoner The Shipman The Prioress
Chaucer The Monk The Nun's Priest The Second Nun
The Canon's Yeoman The Manciple The Parson

 

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