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SHAKESPEARE DOCUMENTED IS STILL GROWING

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early 17th century
This manuscript contains a depiction of Shakespeare’s arms that clearly refers to William, rather than to his father, John.
17th century
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early 17th century
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17th century
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ca. 17th century
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ca. 17th century
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ca. late 17th century / 18th century
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ca. 17th- 18th century
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