Plaque

Cetshwayo

Erection date: 2006

Inscription

English Heritage
Cetshwayo, c.1832-1884, king of the Zulus, stayed here in 1882.

Site: Cetshwayo and Holman Hunt (2 memorials)

W14, Melbury Road, 18

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Cetshwayo

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Cetshwayo

Ruler of the Zulu kingdom. Born Cetshwayo kaMpande at Mlambongwenya. His birt...

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Cetshwayo

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Cetshwayo

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William Holman Hunt

William Holman Hunt

His middle name and surname are incorrectly hyphenated.

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