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Players Arrested Including Ben Jonson

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The Authorship of the Isle of Dogs

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On 12/24/2022 at 8:47 PM, Eric Roberts said:

 

Psalter of the Earl of Arundel and his coat of arms by Petruccio Ubaldini:

http://www.europeana.eu/en/item/2059209/data_sounds_K90058_08

http://www.europeana.eu/en/item/2059209/data_sounds_K90058_10

Ubaldini, Petruccio. A discourse concerninge the Spanishe fleete invadinge Englande in the yeare 1588.

https://www.loc.gov/item/2004629175/

A remarkable set of maps illustrating the English fleet's engagement with the Spanish Armada.

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On 12/27/2022 at 7:56 PM, A Phoenix said:

Francis Bacon's Rosicrucian AA Headpiece on Works Printed in the Name of Thomas Nashe

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Isle_of_Dogs_(play)

The Isle of Dogs is a location in London on the opposite bank of the Thames to Greenwich, home of a royal palace, Placentia, where indeed the Privy Council met. It was also believed to be where the queen kennelled her dogs, hence the name. David Riggs suggests that the satire might have been related to portrayal of the queen's councillors as lapdogs. However, the title alone does not indicate the play's content, since this area was also known as an unhealthy swamp where river sewage would accumulate. 

Why "The Isle of Dogs"? As with history in general, the answer is not as simple as "the place where the Queen kennelled her dogs". The name apparently pre-dates Henry VIII. Here is a thoughtful piece on the subject:

https://islandhistory.wordpress.com/2014/11/30/the-isle-of-dogs-is-not-named-after-royal-hunting-dogs/

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I think I read somewhere that it was in the vicinity of the Isle of Dogs that Young Henry, Prince of Wales went swimming shortly before he contracted typhoid and died in November, 1612.

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22 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

The Authorship of the Isle of Dogs

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A propos nothing to do with The Isle of Dogs, I've only just become aware that Northumberland House was not the seat of the Dukes of Northumberland in London. It was and is the palatial Syon House and Park in London's West, just across the Thames from Kew Gardens.

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The 10th earl (of Northumberland) loved Syon and enriched the gardens, for he had a passion for rare and exotic plants. he also made alterations and repairs to the house. He was a discriminating collector of works of art and he purchased many paintings which surface during the years of the civil war; the great painting of Titian of the Vendramin family now in the National Gallery was once in his collection. Through his second wife he was able acquire a mansion near Charring Cross which was renamed Northumberland House and became the town house of the earls and dukes of Northumberland until the 19th century. Algernon died in 1668.

This quote comes from a lengthy yet interesting article on the history of Syon House and the Percy family.

http://www.percyfamilyhistory.com/?page_id=534

The only thing that remains of Northumberland House on the Strand is a statue of a lion which was saved from destruction when Northumberland House was being demolished in the 1870s (?). It was transferred to Syon House and given pride of place (pun intended).

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Thomas Nashe A Literary Mask for Lord Bacon

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The Bacon-Shakespeare Manuscript Oringinally Held Copies of Richard II and Richard III

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The Quartos of Richard II and Richard III

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Hi Eric,

For some very interesting information on Petruccio Ubaldini and his publications you might want to take a look at our paper 'Francis Bacon's Unrecognised Cambridge Manuscript andThe Taming of The Shrew', pp. 61-4 notes 44-48.

https://www.academia.edu/45576461/Francis_Bacons_Unrecognised_Cambridge_Manuscript_and_The_Taming_of_The_Shrew

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55 minutes ago, A Phoenix said:

Hi Eric,

For some very interesting information on Petruccio Ubaldini and his publications you might want to take a look at our paper 'Francis Bacon's Unrecognised Cambridge Manuscript andThe Taming of The Shrew', pp. 61-4 notes 44-48.

https://www.academia.edu/45576461/Francis_Bacons_Unrecognised_Cambridge_Manuscript_and_The_Taming_of_The_Shrew

It was only thanks to your paper that I knew the name and his connections with the Bacon family. 🙂

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15 hours ago, Eric Roberts said:

Ubaldini, Petruccio. A discourse concerninge the Spanishe fleete invadinge Englande in the yeare 1588.

https://www.loc.gov/item/2004629175/

A remarkable set of maps illustrating the English fleet's engagement with the Spanish Armada.

I wish they included the weather onto the maps! 🙂

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I love this color engraving in Dee's 1577 book:

[DEE, John (1527-1608).] General and Rare Memorials Pertayning to the Perfect Arte of Navigation. London: John Daye, 1577.

Elizabeth in sitting high in the ship.

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FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST WORK TO USE THE TERM 'BRYTISH IMPIRE'. This is the only part published of Dee's proposed great project 'The British Monarchie'. Stemming from his strong antiquarian interests, 'Dee was a firm believer in the historicity of ... "British history"' (ODNB). This led to his interest in the legendary voyage of Madog ab Owain Gwynedd to North America, and to his claiming large parts of the new world for Queen Elizabeth. The large allegorical woodcut on the title shows the Queen at the helm of the Christian ship of Europe, while the Greek motto translates as 'the guardian of safety is an armed fleet'. The context thus set, in this work Dee calls for the creation of a 'Pety-Navy-Royall' to secure England's fledging colonial interests. It is also the first work to discuss the law of the sea; he proposes the taxation of foreign fishermen in British waters as a way of securing the fisheries. The dedicatee, Christopher Hatton, one of Elizabeth's closest advisors and confidants, invested in the dream of Empire by co-funding Drake's circumnavigation voyage of 1577-1580. Dee himself invested in the voyages of Martin Frobisher in 1576-1577; later he was actively involved with advocating North-East and North-West Passages. Fittingly for man known for astrology and esoteric leanings, although Dee's name is explicitly stated in the third person in the dedication, it is also encoded in the signatures of the first three quires ('?ee'), in the letter inset on e3r, as well as in other places. EXTREMELY RARE: a statement on p.79 says that only 100 copies were printed of this work, although in the Huntington copy this has been amended in manuscript in a contemporary hand to 50 copies. ONLY 5 COPIES CAN BE TRACED AS SELLING AT AUCTION, NONE OF THEM COLOURED (ABPC/AE-online).

 

I bolded above where the description states Dee's name was "encoded in the signatures of the first three quires ('?ee'), in the letter inset on e3r, as well as in other places."

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5 hours ago, Light-of-Truth said:

I love this color engraving in Dee's 1577 book:

[DEE, John (1527-1608).] General and Rare Memorials Pertayning to the Perfect Arte of Navigation. London: John Daye, 1577.

Elizabeth in sitting high in the ship.

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FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST WORK TO USE THE TERM 'BRYTISH IMPIRE'. This is the only part published of Dee's proposed great project 'The British Monarchie'. Stemming from his strong antiquarian interests, 'Dee was a firm believer in the historicity of ... "British history"' (ODNB). This led to his interest in the legendary voyage of Madog ab Owain Gwynedd to North America, and to his claiming large parts of the new world for Queen Elizabeth. The large allegorical woodcut on the title shows the Queen at the helm of the Christian ship of Europe, while the Greek motto translates as 'the guardian of safety is an armed fleet'. The context thus set, in this work Dee calls for the creation of a 'Pety-Navy-Royall' to secure England's fledging colonial interests. It is also the first work to discuss the law of the sea; he proposes the taxation of foreign fishermen in British waters as a way of securing the fisheries. The dedicatee, Christopher Hatton, one of Elizabeth's closest advisors and confidants, invested in the dream of Empire by co-funding Drake's circumnavigation voyage of 1577-1580. Dee himself invested in the voyages of Martin Frobisher in 1576-1577; later he was actively involved with advocating North-East and North-West Passages. Fittingly for man known for astrology and esoteric leanings, although Dee's name is explicitly stated in the third person in the dedication, it is also encoded in the signatures of the first three quires ('?ee'), in the letter inset on e3r, as well as in other places. EXTREMELY RARE: a statement on p.79 says that only 100 copies were printed of this work, although in the Huntington copy this has been amended in manuscript in a contemporary hand to 50 copies. ONLY 5 COPIES CAN BE TRACED AS SELLING AT AUCTION, NONE OF THEM COLOURED (ABPC/AE-online).

 

I bolded above where the description states Dee's name was "encoded in the signatures of the first three quires ('?ee'), in the letter inset on e3r, as well as in other places."

Hi Light-of-Truth. Thanks for sharing this work of Dr Dee's with us. I would never have known about it otherwise.

Just a couple of questions about the frontispiece image:

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Are they numbers or Hebrew letters in the top right corner? It's not the Tetragrammaton. 

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Does anyone know what the ten stars symbolise?

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Who or what does this figure represent?

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Linking the roses of Lancaster and York is the Latin inscription: plura latent quam patent (more are hidden than are revealed). What do you think the significance of this is?

Thanks for any assistance you can share.

 

 

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The Explosive Scene in Richard II

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Richard II & Elizabeth I

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The 1608 Quarto & The Deposition Scene

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8 hours ago, Eric Roberts said:

Just a couple of questions about the frontispiece image:

I am wondering the same things myself. Our Mighty Yann may be the only person who can understand the symbols and imagery contained in the artwork. I know he is busy, but have been hoping he can look at it.

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15 hours ago, Eric Roberts said:

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Linking the roses of Lancaster and York is the Latin inscription: plura latent quam patent (more are hidden than are revealed). What do you think the significance of this is?

Thanks for any assistance you can share.

Hi Eric,

Here is a link to a Topic on the subject that will bing some answers to your questions.

https://imgur.com/gallery/EdhUL

And to answer to your last question, here is what I noticed at that time ...

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The latin word "LATENT" reminded me the famous :

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https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/71/index.html%3Fzoom=850.html

I can't remember where, but I read somewhere that  "is latten" was the anagram of latentis .

https://latin-dictionary.net/definition/25320/latens-latentis

EDIT :

Sorry, I have just realized that I forgot to answer to your question about the 10 stars.

For me, there are 11 stars if we take in count the big one with the Tetragrammaton.

And this is (I think) a reference to Genesis 37 : 8-9

8 And his brethren said to him, Shalt thou indeed reign over us? or shalt thou indeed have dominion over us? And they hated him yet the more for his dreams, and for his words.

9 And he dreamed yet another dream, and told it his brethren, and said, Behold, I have dreamed a dream more; and, behold, the sun and the moon and the eleven stars made obeisance to me.

 

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3 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

For me, there are 11 stars if we take in count the big one with the Tetragrammaton.

My biggest question was why "Two Suns??"

The one in the center top is what we have learned to recognize as the Sun (Son). But then on the top right was this giant sun-looking-like Light shining into the engraving. The Sun? A Star?

I wondered if that was the burst of Light when one pierces a tiny hole in the 400 year old Veil. A Blinding Light Shining in?

Eric tossed this out here for us to ponder in this thread:

"Linking the roses of Lancaster and York is the Latin inscription: plura latent quam patent (more are hidden than are revealed)."

I stumbled on something in the past day or so that suggested Dee believed he was in a Royal line. It caught my eye, but there are way too many shiny little nuggets to follow. Maybe he was in the White Rose?

Dee was a number guy and much more. But he was THE number guy as far as I concerned. Bacon was next, and learned the number skills from his "RC Father."

Frustrating as this is one of the first few ancients that is not available as a facsimile online for review today. Yet is available, it the library speaks the truth, that one can enjoy perusing it in a special room in the library. Wow!

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3 hours ago, Allisnum2er said:

Hi Eric,

Here is a link to a Topic on the subject that will bing some answers to your questions.

https://imgur.com/gallery/EdhUL

And to answer to your last question, here is what I noticed at that time ...

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The latin word "LATENT" reminded me the famous :

image.png.7a3404c5cad0d8b6d94beeb1abe07b16.png

https://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/Library/facsimile/book/SLNSW_F1/71/index.html%3Fzoom=850.html

I can't remember where, but I read somewhere that  "is latten" was the anagram of latentis .

https://latin-dictionary.net/definition/25320/latens-latentis

EDIT :

Sorry, I have just realized that I forgot to answer to your question about the 10 stars.

For me, there are 11 stars if we take in count the big one with the Tetragrammaton.

And this is (I think) a reference to Genesis 37 : 8-9

8 And his brethren said to him, Shalt thou indeed reign over us? or shalt thou indeed have dominion over us? And they hated him yet the more for his dreams, and for his words.

9 And he dreamed yet another dream, and told it his brethren, and said, Behold, I have dreamed a dream more; and, behold, the sun and the moon and the eleven stars made obeisance to me.

 

Thank you so much, Yann, for revealing the meaning behind the image.

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12 hours ago, A Phoenix said:

The Explosive Scene in Richard II

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Watching David Tennant's performance I find it hard to believe that Francis Bacon wrote the scene with his mother and Queen in mind. Such an odd scene - a brilliant insight into the tormented mind of a king who must surrender his crown. From where did Bacon summon the empathy to write such an original, psychologically penetrating scene, unless it came from his own 'deposition' of power - his renunciation of his royal heritage? The fact that this scene had to be cut during Elizabeth's lifetime is therefore somewhat ironic.

 

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Richard II & Elizabeth I

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Hi A.P. Thanks for putting a face to the name, Lambarde. You managed to find his only contemporary portrait, about which almost nothing is known. http://thediaryjunction.blogspot.com/2016/10/virtuous-william-lambarde.html

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20 minutes ago, Eric Roberts said:

Thank you so much, Yann, for revealing the meaning behind the image.

I second that thought! 🙂

The pyramid that is like the "A" pyramids under the right foot of whoever that is standing there. I can be OK with the right foot and the pyramid, kind of where I hang out.

But the left foot makes me curious...

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The 1608 Quarto & The Deposition Scene

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Actually, they were not "new additions" but a restoration of the original text. Was this 'lie' due to lingering political sensitivities and a need for caution, or just good advertising to promote sales of the publication?

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18 minutes ago, Eric Roberts said:

Watching David Tennant's performance I find it hard to believe that Francis Bacon wrote the scene with his mother and Queen in mind. Such an odd scene - a brilliant insight into the tormented mind of a king who must surrender his crown. From where did Bacon summon the empathy to write such an original, psychologically penetrating scene, unless it came from his own 'deposition' of power - his renunciation of his royal heritage? The fact that this scene had to be cut during Elizabeth's lifetime is therefore somewhat ironic.

 

I must say, at the end of Day 364 in the Sonnets Pyramid (14 Tiers of 26 Days is 364), this video shocked me. Is this the first good quality clip of a play I have seen? Wow!!

All these years...and here we are at the end of cycles. Wow!!

We need players who will act out the True story! I've seen it in the words and ciphers, but don't remember faces with passion speaking the words!!!!

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