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Picture of stocks.  The British Library, ms. Roy.10.E.IV f.187

  Picture of stocks.The British Library, ms. Roy.10.E.IV f.187 This is a good illustration of the stocks, although it is very unlikely that a monk or a nun was ever put in them, and certainly not together. More likely, the artist was having fun at their expense.

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