Allisnum2er Posted April 5, 2022 Share Posted April 5, 2022 The Scourge of Folly by John Davies of Hereford (1611) - Source : Folger Shakespeare Library https://shakespearedocumented.folger.edu/file/stc-6341-page-76 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ In the Epigram 159 of "The Scourge of Folly", Will Shakespeare is called "our English Terence". We can see two words in italic in the first part of the Epigram : King Will. And there are 33 roman words - 33 = BACON King Will BACON This is the Epig. 159 and 159 is the reverse cipher of ... FRANCIS TUDOR. And I don't know if anyone has already noticed that before but ... FRANCIS and TERENCE share the same ciphers ! FRANCIS , our English TERENCE ! 🙂 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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