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The Welsh bedhead at Cotehele.

The other pictorial panels are:
Top left: A shield, on which are represented the Five Wounds of Christ and the emblems of the Passion.
Top right: Two Welsh minstrels, representing harmony. One has a harp and the other a crwth.
Bottom left: St. George slaying the dragon.
Bottom right: A woman with leashed lamb and dragon, and, in a fortified place, royal and other personages.
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