Shakespeare Tour     of Englandby Dr. Christine Haverington
William Shakespeare,Baptized April 26, 1564
Shakespeare Birthplace Stratford-upon-Avon
Tudor Period HouseStratford-upon-Avon
Mary Arden’s Kitchen, Stratford-upon-Avon
Queen Elizabeth I, Ruled 1558-1603
London
Parliamenton the site of Westminster Palace
Westminster Cathedral
Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Kitchens
Tennis Courts,Hampton Court
The Tower of London
Tower Guard
Yeoman Warder
The Temple
London in Shakespeare’s Time           West
London in Shakespeare’s Time            East
London Bridge
A Renaissance Inn
Innyard
St. Mary Overie(Southwark Cathedral, Bankside)
Bankside
Bishop of Winchester’s Palace
In the Clink
Reconstructing the Globe         1993
Globe Theatre Construction
The New Globe
Globe Theatre Stage
All the World’s a Stage
Richard Burbage
Edward Alleyn
Globe Theatre Company     Performance         1999
King James I of England,   Ruled 1603-1625
Holy Trinity ChurchStratford-upon-Avon
Shakespeare Buried in Holy Trinity,       Died April 23, 1616
Holy Trinity Altar,Shakespeare’s Tomb & Memorial to               Left
Shakespeare Memorial
Epitaph  GOOD FREND FOR IESVS SAKE           FORBEARE, TO DIGG THE DVST ENCLOASED            HEARE:BLESTE BE THE MAN THAT ...
SourcesDavid Bevington. The Necessary Shakespeare, Second Ed. (NY:   Pearson Longman, 2005).Edward Alleyn (Dulwich Picture...
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Shakespeare Tour

  1. 1. Shakespeare Tour of Englandby Dr. Christine Haverington
  2. 2. William Shakespeare,Baptized April 26, 1564
  3. 3. Shakespeare Birthplace Stratford-upon-Avon
  4. 4. Tudor Period HouseStratford-upon-Avon
  5. 5. Mary Arden’s Kitchen, Stratford-upon-Avon
  6. 6. Queen Elizabeth I, Ruled 1558-1603
  7. 7. London
  8. 8. Parliamenton the site of Westminster Palace
  9. 9. Westminster Cathedral
  10. 10. Hampton Court Palace
  11. 11. Hampton Court Kitchens
  12. 12. Tennis Courts,Hampton Court
  13. 13. The Tower of London
  14. 14. Tower Guard
  15. 15. Yeoman Warder
  16. 16. The Temple
  17. 17. London in Shakespeare’s Time West
  18. 18. London in Shakespeare’s Time East
  19. 19. London Bridge
  20. 20. A Renaissance Inn
  21. 21. Innyard
  22. 22. St. Mary Overie(Southwark Cathedral, Bankside)
  23. 23. Bankside
  24. 24. Bishop of Winchester’s Palace
  25. 25. In the Clink
  26. 26. Reconstructing the Globe 1993
  27. 27. Globe Theatre Construction
  28. 28. The New Globe
  29. 29. Globe Theatre Stage
  30. 30. All the World’s a Stage
  31. 31. Richard Burbage
  32. 32. Edward Alleyn
  33. 33. Globe Theatre Company Performance 1999
  34. 34. King James I of England, Ruled 1603-1625
  35. 35. Holy Trinity ChurchStratford-upon-Avon
  36. 36. Shakespeare Buried in Holy Trinity, Died April 23, 1616
  37. 37. Holy Trinity Altar,Shakespeare’s Tomb & Memorial to Left
  38. 38. Shakespeare Memorial
  39. 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. 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.
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