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" Olaf, but he treacherously betrayed them to the King's servants, who, dressing them in rags, and putting a crown of straw on Sonnavater's head, and a mitre of birch-bark on Knut's, mounted them on starving horses and brought them through Upsala to Stockholm... "
Catalogue of Paintings - Page 127
by Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), Bryson Burroughs - 1922 - 373 pages
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Catalogue of the Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) - Painting - 1898 - 215 pages
...Knut's, mounted them on starving horses and brought them through Upsala to Stockholm in a Shrove-tide procession, amidst jeers and insults. They were led to the market-place, and, after drinking to the executioner's health, were broken on the wheel.) Dated, 187o. Presented by Mr.-Wm. H. Osborn....
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New York City Standard Guide: A New and Complete Handbook for Visitors to ...

New York (N.Y.) - 1901 - 156 pages
...Knut's, mounted them on starving horses and brought them through Upsala to Stockholm in a Shrove-tidc procession, amidst jeers and insults. They were led to the market-place, and. after drinking to the executioner's health, were broken on the wheel. C. 706. THE HORSE FAIR. Rosa Bonheur. This...
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Illustrated Catalogue: Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Painters - 1905 - 248 pages
...Knut's, mounted them on starving horse* and brought them through Upsala to Stockholm in a Shrove-tide procession, amidst jeers and insults. They were led to the market-place, and, aftei drinking to the executioner's health, were broken on the wheel). Dated, 1870 Gift of ME. WH OSBOHN,...
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A Week in New York

Ernest Ingersoll - New York (N.Y.) - 1891 - 328 pages
...Knut's, mounted them on starving horses, and brought them through Upsala to Stockholm in a Shrovetide procession, amidst jeers and insults. They were led to the market-place, and after drinking to the executioner's health, were broken on the wheel. Dated 1870. The large canvas on the end-wall...
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