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Images from the Dugdale Archive
SHAKSPER subscriber Joseph Egert obtained from the Dugdale Archive at Merevale Hall (UK) photographs of a Dugdale MS notebook page dated “1634” (Dugdale MS-Vol. VII-p.10), containing Dugdale’s handwritten transcriptions of the Holy Trinity Church epitaphs of (1) William Shakespeare, (2) his wife Anne (d.1623), (3) his daughter Susanna (d.1649), (4) his son-in-law John Hall (d.1635), and (5) his grandaughter’s husband Thomas Nashe (d.1647). These notes formed the basis of the printed versions on page 518 and 520 of Dugdale’s Antiquities of Warwickshire (1656). The Dugdale family representative has granted Egert permission to publish these facsimiles online, and he has chosen SHAKSPER as the place those images will reside. These images are From the Merevale Archives with the permission of Sir William Dugdale, who retains copyright. We all owe Dr. Egert and the Merevale Archives thanks for allowing SHAKSPER to distribute and archive these images. The images from the Archive are followed by images from the 1656 Dugdale Antiquities of Warwickshire. Following these will be photographs I took of the Funerary Monument in Holy Trinity Church, which will be followed by a compilation file I composed of these and other related images. Hardy M. Cook, Editor.
Images below from the Merevale Archives with the permission of Sir William Dugdale, who retains copyright
Dugdale MS-Vol. VII-p.10 Dugdale MS-Vol. VII-p.10
Closeup Entry for William Shakespeare from MS William Shakespeare Closeup from Dugdale MS
Closeup Entry for Anne Hathaway Shakespeare and Thomas Nash from MS Anne Hathaway Shakespeare and Thomas Nash From Dugdale MS
Closeup Entry for Anne Hathaway Shakespeare from Dugdale MS Anne Hathaway Shakespeare Closeup from Dugdale MS
Closeup Entry for John Hall from Dugdale MS John Hall Closeup from Dugdale MS
Closeup Entry for Susanna Shakespeare Hall from Dugdale MS Susanna Shakespeare Hall Closeup from Dugdale MS
Above Images from the Merevale Archives with the permission of Sir William Dugdale, who retains copyright
The Antiquities of Warwickshire 1656
Title Page 1656 The Antiquities of Warwickshire Title Page 1656 The Antiquities of Warwickshire
Page 518 of The Antiquities of Warwickshire Page 518 1656 The Antiquities of Warwickshire
Page 520 of The Antiquities of Warwickshire Page 520 1656 The Antiquities of Warwickshire
Closeup from Page 520 of The Antiquities of Warwickshire Closeup Page 520 1656 The Antiquities of Warwickshire
Page 523 of The Antiquities of Warwickshire Page 523 1656 The Antiquities of Warwickshire
Closeup from Page 523 of The Antiquities of Warwickshire Closeup Page 523 1656 The Antiquities of Warwickshire
Funerary Monument at Holy Trinity Church
Compilation Document with Closeups of Images in Comparison
Directory of Shakespeare Studies - A directory of Shakespearean institutes, organizations, journals, and libraries. [Additions and updates welcome.] SHAKSPER Directory of Institutes
Public Domain Shakespeare Files:
1609 Sonnets - A transcription of the 1609 Quarto of Shakespeare's Sonnets, contributed to the public domain by Hardy M. Cook. Untagged Version. Q1 Shakespeares Sonnets
Scripts and Transcriptions:
Merry Wives Adaptation - An adaptation of Merry Wives of Windsor by David Richman, prepared for the ARTSREACH program of the University of New Hampshire's Department of Theatre and Dance. Merry Wives Script
"Teaching Shakespeare Through Performance"
These files are the product of the 1995-96 NEH/Folger Institute on Teaching Shakespeare Through Performance.
"Shakespeare and the Languages of Performance" Electronic Workbook:
These files contains an Electronic Workbook record of the work of "Shakespeare and the Languages of Performance" -- an NEH Seminar that met at the Folger Shakespeare Library from September 1992 through May 1993.
Subject Index to the first twenty years of Cahiers Elisabethains, volumes 1 to 40 (1972-1991). The index was compiled by Angela R. Maguin and prepared for electronic distribution on SHAKSPER by Luc Borot. CAHIERS ELISABETHAINS