Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, ed. Poems of Places: An Anthology in 31 Volumes.
France: Vols. IX–X. 1876–79.

Agincourt (Azincourt)


By Thomas Heywood (1497?–1580?)

(From The First Part of King Edward IV.)

AGINCOURT, Agincourt! know ye not Agincourt?

Where the English slew and hurt

All the French foemen.

With our guns and bills brown,

O, the French were beat down,

Morris-pikes and bowmen!