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  • 1. Shakespeare Tour of Englandby Dr. Christine Haverington
  • 2. William Shakespeare,Baptized April 26, 1564
  • 3. Shakespeare Birthplace Stratford-upon-Avon
  • 4. Tudor Period HouseStratford-upon-Avon
  • 5. Mary Arden’s Kitchen, Stratford-upon-Avon
  • 6. Queen Elizabeth I, Ruled 1558-1603
  • 7. London
  • 8. Parliamenton the site of Westminster Palace
  • 9. Westminster Cathedral
  • 10. Hampton Court Palace
  • 11. Hampton Court Kitchens
  • 12. Tennis Courts,Hampton Court
  • 13. The Tower of London
  • 14. Tower Guard
  • 15. Yeoman Warder
  • 16. The Temple
  • 17. London in Shakespeare’s Time West
  • 18. London in Shakespeare’s Time East
  • 19. London Bridge
  • 20. A Renaissance Inn
  • 21. Innyard
  • 22. St. Mary Overie(Southwark Cathedral, Bankside)
  • 23. Bankside
  • 24. Bishop of Winchester’s Palace
  • 25. In the Clink
  • 26. Reconstructing the Globe 1993
  • 27. Globe Theatre Construction
  • 28. The New Globe
  • 29. Globe Theatre Stage
  • 30. All the World’s a Stage
  • 31. Richard Burbage
  • 32. Edward Alleyn
  • 33. Globe Theatre Company Performance 1999
  • 34. King James I of England, Ruled 1603-1625
  • 35. Holy Trinity ChurchStratford-upon-Avon
  • 36. Shakespeare Buried in Holy Trinity, Died April 23, 1616
  • 37. Holy Trinity Altar,Shakespeare’s Tomb & Memorial to Left
  • 38. Shakespeare Memorial
  • 39. Epitaph GOOD FREND FOR IESVS SAKE FORBEARE, TO DIGG THE DVST ENCLOASED HEARE:BLESTE BE THE MAN THAT SPARES THES STONES, AND CVRST BE HE THAT MOVES MY BONES.
  • 40. SourcesDavid Bevington. The Necessary Shakespeare, Second Ed. (NY: Pearson Longman, 2005).Edward Alleyn (Dulwich Picture Gallery, London).Hampton Court Palace Tennis Courts (Crown Copyright, 1993).The Kitchen, Mary Arden’s House (Jarrold Publishing).Plantagenet Somerset Fry. The Tower of London: Cauldron of Britain’s Past (London: Quiller Press, 1990).Richard Burbage (Dulwich Picture Gallery, London).The Riverside Shakespeare, Second Ed. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1997).Southwark: A History of Bankside (London: Robert J. Godley, 1996).All other images, my photographs, taken 1993 &1999.