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'Golden Lion' commanded by Henry Seymour
The 'Golden Lion' was one of the vessels that Lord Henry Seymour commanded in order to resist the Armada of King Philip II of Spain. Phillip intended to sail with his navy and army, a total of around 30,000 men, up the English Channel to link up with the forces led by the Duke of Parma in the Spanish Netherlands. From there they would invade England and bring the country under the Catholic rule of Spain. Armada 8.34. Plate No. 7.
Claes Jansz Visscher the Younger
Original size: 162 mm x 218 mm
- Image reference: PT0198
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London