The decoration over the great gate of St John's, depicting the college arms supported by Yales, surrounded by Tudor and Beaufort symbols, and a host of marguerites and other flowers (a pun on the foundress' name, Margaret Beaufort).
"Isabelle de France was a daughter of Louis VIII & Blanche of Castile & also a younger sister of Louis IX of France. On the 10th of June 1256 she founded the Abbaye de Longchamp where she died in February 1270. Her remains were buried in the Abbey church but her tomb & remains were lost in 1794 when the Abbey was sacked & later destroyed."
Margaret Beaufort's tomb in the south aisle of the Henry VII Lady Chapel in Westminster Abbey.
The heraldic badges of the Tudor dynasty: the Tudor Rose with the imperial crown, the red dragon of Cadwalladr, the Beaufort portcullis and greyhound
They just don't make books as good as they used to... Medieval cover
John of Gaunt’s Mistress
John of Gaunt's Mistress Katherine de Rouet was born in about 1350 in Hainult, now in Belgium, the daughter of a Flemish Herald, Sir Payne de Rouet. She was educated at a convent in Romsey, Hampshire and later joined her sister Philippa, who became the wife of Geoffrey Chaucer. at the court of King Edward III.
St Andrews Church in Wimpole, Cambridge. On the left column of four arms, the 2nd from the right are the arms of my ancestors Sir Baldwin and Sir Warin IV de Bassingbourn of Wimpole. The arms are "gyronny fair and gules". This is a cadet branch of the Bassingbourns de Bassingbourn.