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Corbel Head of a King (?)*
Corbel Head of a King (?)*
Corbel Head of a King (?)*
Corbel Head of a King (?)*

Photo credit: Lambeth Palace

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A corbel (a structural piece of stone, wood or metal jutting from a wall) with a head of a man with flowing hair and wearing a crown. It is possibly from Lambeth Palace's medieval Great Hall, demolished during the Commonwealth period (1649–1660), under Oliver Cromwell.

Lambeth Palace



14th C




H 16 x W 15 x D 23.5 cm

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Lambeth Palace

London, Greater London SE1 7JU England

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