Hayes Barton: Sir Walter Raleigh’s birthplace
Coats of arms of
Drake’s School, East Budleigh, is named after the family of Joan Drake, who became Joan Raleigh when she married Sir Walter's father. Her tomb is in the nave of All Saints' Church, East Budleigh
His many ancestors include the Carews and Gilberts, also the Drakes: his father’s first wife was a Drake. He was also related to the Thynnes of Longleat, and his uncle was Sir Arthur Champernowne of Dartington Hall.
The coat of arms of The King’s School, founded in 1545 at Ottery St Mary
‘The Ermine Portrait’ of Elizabeth I, c.1585, by Nicholas Hilliard c. 1547-1619
Arrival of a Caravan outside the City of Morocco by the American artist Edwin Lord Weeks (1849 – 1903)
Monumental entrance of the Sultanhani caravanserai at Aksaray, Turkey.
Nicholas Hilliard’s miniature portrait of Raleigh
At the Sir Walter Raleigh pub: the legend lives on
Raleigh just before his execution
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