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[Gr.,=royal image], subtitled "the Portraiture of His Sacred Majesty in His Solitudes and Sufferings," a work published soon after the execution of Charles I of England in 1649. It purports to be the king's spiritual autobiography.
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7 Documentary Supplement to 'Who Wrote [Greek Character Omitted] (London, 1825 = Madan item 189); King Charles the First the author of Icon Basilike
further proved in a Letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury in reply to the objection of .