Wednesday, October 24, 2007

See, heer, malignants foolerie retorted on them properly The Sound-Head, Round-Head, Rattle-Head well plac'd, where best is merited, 1642

2 comments:

Doug said...

Personally, I thought the term "roundhead" had more to do with hairstyle than having hydrocephalus, but, as this illustration clearly shows, I have a lot to learn about 17th century English politics.

I blame it on a public school education and the constant influence of Meghan's "Romish-rubbish."

Richmond said...

I finally get it! You make up the captions for the manuscripts.
This one made me laugh out loud.
Also, I think I'm in love with Doug.