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The Funeral Procession of Elizabeth I

Walter Raleigh, –gentleman, adventurer, explorer, spy, poet, soldier, politician,– was executed 400 years ago today.  The link below is to the funeral procession of Elizabeth I, in 1603.  Raleigh is in this procession, acting as Captain of the Guard. The … Continue reading

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Sir Walter Raleigh’s 400th Anniversary

“2018 marks 400 years since the death by execution of one of the most remarkable men of Shakespeare’s period, Sir Walter Raleigh. Raleigh is popularly known for bringing back the first potatoes from Virginia, for popularising tobacco, and for placing his … Continue reading

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