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1605
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1605
In 1587 William Camden (1551-1623), one of England’s most respected antiquaries, published his Britannia (ESTC), first in Latin, and then, beginning in 1610, in English.
1605
The London Prodigal was published in 1605 attributed to William Shakespeare, as performed by the King’s Men.
1605
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1606
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1606
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1607
The fifth edition of Lucrece was printed in 1607 by Nicholas Okes for John Harrison III, who had also published the fourth edition.
1607
The Fayre Mayde of the Exchange, possibly written by Thomas Heywood, and printed in 1607, alludes to lines 229–40 of Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis.
1607
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