Personography

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                    <name>Kristen Abbott Bennett</name>
                    <name>Scott Hamlin</name>
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                    <resp>Encoders</resp>
                    <name>Colin O'Donnell</name>
                    <name>Liam Hilderbrand</name>
                    <name>Robert Coleman</name>
                    <name>Julia Carolan</name>
                    <name>Rachel Maher</name>
                    <name>Taylor Long</name>
                    <name>Emily Rosano</name>
                    <name>Brendan Murphy</name>
                    <name>Jerel Archer</name>
                    <name>William Wingo</name>
                    <name>Musa Mansaray</name>
                    <name>DJ Haskins</name>
                    <name>Mackenzie Gomes</name>
                    <name>Jack Fleming</name>
                    <name>Cassie Monteiro</name>
                    <name>Zoe Smith</name> 
                    <name>Kat Clavette</name> 
                    <name>Bridget Dwyer</name> 
                    <name>Haley Riley</name> 
                    <name>Madison Ward</name>
                    <name>Justin Boure</name>
                    <name>Abby Ballou</name>
                    <name>Nick Ramirez</name>
                    <name>Justin Weitbrecht</name>
                    <name>Tonino Sarandrea</name>
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                    <person xml:id="pers_ABEL1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Abel</reg>
                            <forename>Abel</forename>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>Biblical figure, Murdered by his brother Cain</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus:text:1999.01.0156">Perseus Project</ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_ADAM1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Adam</reg>
                            <forename>Adam</forename>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>The first man created by God, Intended to be a progenitor with Eve, Lived in the Garden of Eden</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus:text:1999.01.0156">Perseus Project</ref></item>   
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_AESC1" sex="1">
                            <persName type="hist">
                                <reg>Aeschylus</reg>
                                <forename>Aeschylus</forename>
                            </persName>
                            <birth notBefore-iso="-0524" notAfter-iso="-0525" when-custom="525/524"/>
                            <note>
                                <p>Athenian Comdic Poet, fought at Marathon</p>
                                <list type="links">
                                    <item>
                                        <ref target="http://classics.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780199381135.001.0001/acrefore-9780199381135-e-146?rskey=b7bQpl&amp;result=1">Oxford</ref>
                                    </item>
                                </list>
                            </note>
                        </person>
                     <person xml:id="pers_AETO1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Aetolus, Alexander</reg>
                            <forename>Alexander</forename>
                            <surname>Aetolus</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>Athenian playwright</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803095354204">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_ALEX1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Alexander III of Macedon</reg>
                            <forename>Alexander</forename>
                            <genName>III</genName>
                            <addName>Alexander the Great</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when-custom="356 bc" when="-0356"/>
                        <death when-custom="323 bc" when="-0323"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Leader of the Macedonians.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxforddnb.com/index/101000004/">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_ANAC1" sex="1">
                            <persName type="lit">
                                <reg>Anacreon</reg>
                                <forename>Anacreon</forename>
                            </persName>
                            <note>
                                <p>Athenian comedic poet</p>
                                <list type="links">
                                    <item><ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803095410129">Oxford Reference</ref></item>
                                </list>
                            </note>    
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_APOL1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Apollo</reg>
                            <forename>Apollo</forename>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>God of the sun, prophecy, poetry.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/searchresults?q=Apollo"><title level="m">Perseus Project</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_ALCI1" sex="1">
                <persName type="lit">
                    <reg>Alciatus, Andreas</reg>
                    <forename>Andreas</forename>
                    <surname>Alciatus</surname>
                </persName>
                <birth when="1492"/>
                <death when="1550"/>
                    <note>
                        <p>Italian writer</p>
                        <list type="links">
                            <item><ref target="http://www.emblems.arts.gla.ac.uk/alciato/index.php">Emblems</ref></item>
                        </list>
                    </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_ARET1" sex="1">
                            <persName type="lit">
                                <reg>Arete</reg>
                                <forename>Arete</forename>
                                <roleName>Queen</roleName>
                            </persName>
                            <note>
                                <p>figure in Greek mythology, descendent of Posideon, wife of Alcinous.</p>
                                <list type="links">
                                    <item><ref target="http://www.mythindex.com/roman-mythology/J/Jupiter.html">Mythological Index</ref></item>
                                </list>
                            </note>    
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_ARIA1" sex="0">
                            <persName type="lit">
                                <reg>Ariadne</reg>
                                <forename>Ariadne</forename>
                            </persName>
                            <note>
                                <p>Daughter of Pasiphae and the Cretan king Minos.</p>
                                <list type="links">
                                    <item><ref target="http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/searchresults?q=Ariadne">Perseus Project</ref></item>
                                </list>
                            </note>    
                        </person>  
                    <person xml:id="pers_ARIO1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Ariosto, Ludivico</reg>
                            <forename>Ludivico</forename>
                            <surname>Ariosto</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when-custom="1477"/>
                        <death when-custom="1533"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Italian poet.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803095423618">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_ARIS1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Aristophanes</reg>
                            <forename>Aristophanes</forename>
                        </persName>
                        <birth notAfter-iso="-0450" notBefore-iso="-0460" when-custom="450-460 BCE"/>
                        <death notBefore-iso="-0386" notAfter-iso="-0380" when-custom="386-380BCE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Comic playwright of ancient Athens.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.ancient.eu/Aristophanes/">Ancient</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person> 
                     <person xml:id="pers_ARIS2" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">  
                            <reg>Aristotle</reg>
                            <forename>Aristotle</forename>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0384" when-custom="384 BCE"/>
                        <death when="-0322" when-custom="322 BCE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Ancient Greek philosopher, considered the father of logic .</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/acref/9780198662037.001.0001/acref-9780198662037-e-101?rskey=wdKdcGamp:result=8">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person> 
                    <person xml:id="pers_ASTY1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg> Atheniensis, Astydamus</reg>
                            <forename>Astydamus</forename>
                            <surname> Atheniensis</surname>
                            <addName>Astydamas</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when-custom="unknown"/>
                        <death when-custom="unknown"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Name of both father and son, tragic Athenian poets (Athenian may indicate younger, but that is not certain).</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803095430827">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_BANK1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Bankes, William</reg>
                            <forename>William</forename>
                            <surname>Bankes</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1786"/>
                        <death when="1823"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Bankeses were an aritocratic family in Dorset, England.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1790-1820/member/bankes-william-john-1786-1855">Parliament History</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_BARN1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Barnfield, Richard</reg>
                            <forename>Richard</forename>
                            <surname>Barnfield</surname> 
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1574"/>
                        <death when="1620"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>English poet, close with William Shakespeare.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/richard-barnfield">Poetry Foundation</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                     <person xml:id="pers_BEEL1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Beelzebub</reg>
                            <forename>Beelzebub</forename>
                            <addName>Belzebub</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>Prince of Devils.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus:text:1999.03.0079:entry=Belzebub&amp;highlight=belzebub"><title level="m">Perseus Project</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                     <person xml:id="pers_BEMB1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Bembus</reg>
                            <forename>Bembus</forename>
                            <addName> Mateusz</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>Cardinal.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus:text:1999.03.0075:paragraph=57&amp;highlight=bembus"><title level="m">Perseus Project</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person> 
                    <person xml:id="pers_BOCC1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Boccaccio, Giovanni</reg>
                            <forename>Giovani</forename>
                            <surname>Boccaccio</surname>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Boccace</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when-custom="1363"/>
                        <death when-custom="1375"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Italian writer and poet.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195399301/obo-9780195399301-0203.xml">Oxford Bibliographies</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>  
                    <person xml:id="pers_BRET1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Breton, Nicholas</reg>
                            <forename>Nicholas</forename>
                            <surname>Breton</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1555"/>
                        <death when="1626"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>English novelsit and poet.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803095526384">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>   
                     <person xml:id="pers_BRUN1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Brunas</reg>
                            <forename>Brunas</forename>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>A poet, refrenced in EPIGRAMMES and ELEGIES.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://tapasproject.org/kit-marlowe/files/epigrammes-id-cm">Tapas Project</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>  
                    <person xml:id="pers_FRAU1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Fraunce, Abraham</reg>
                            <forename>Abraham</forename>
                            <surname>Fraunce</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1559"/>
                        <death when="1592"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Elizabethan Poet</p>
                            <list type="Links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803095833529">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_GOOG1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Googe, Barnabe</reg>
                            <forename>Barnabe</forename>
                            <surname>Googe</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1540"/>
                        <death when="1594"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>English poet, pursued a career in the court, educated at Christ college in Cambridge</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/acref/9780192806871.001.0001/acref-9780192806871-e-3180?rskey=8Re0Nh&amp;result=3">Oxford Reference</ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person> 
                     <person xml:id="pers_HENR3" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>King Henry III</reg>
                            <forename>Henry</forename>
                            <genName>III</genName>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Henrie</addName>
                            <roleName>King</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1207"/>
                        <death when="1272"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>King of England 1216 - 1272.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://doi.org/10.1093/ref:odnb/12950">doi</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_LICI" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Imbrex, Licinius</reg>
                            <forename>Licinius</forename>
                            <surname>Imbrex</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>Latin Poet</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803100104490">Oxford Refrence</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_MUND1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Munday, Anthony</reg>
                            <forename>Anthony</forename>
                            <surname>Munday</surname>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Mundye</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1560"/>
                        <death when="1633"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>English poet, and dramatist..</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/munday.htm ">Luminarium</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_PARI1" sex="1">
                            <persName type="hist">
                                <reg>Parius, Archilochus</reg>
                                <forename>Archilochus</forename>
                                <surname>Parius</surname>
                            </persName>
                            <birth when="-0680" when-custom="680 BC"/>
                            <death when="-0645" when-custom="645 BC"/>
                            <note>
                                <p>Greek lyric poet.</p>
                                <list type="links">
                                    <item>
                                        <ref target="http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/searchresults?q=Archilochus">Perseus Project</ref>
                                    </item>
                                </list>
                            </note>
                     </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_RHOD1" sex="1">
                <persName type="lit">
                    <reg>Rhodius, Anaxadrides</reg>
                    <forename>Anaxadrides</forename>
                    <surname>Rhodius</surname>
                </persName>
                    <note>
                    <p>Greek comedy poet</p> 
                        <list type="links">
                            <item><ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/acref/9780199545568.001.0001/acref-9780199545568-e-408">Oxford Reference</ref></item>
                        </list>
                    </note>
                </person> 
                <person xml:id="pers_TARS1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Tarsensis, Apollodorus</reg>
                            <forename>Apollodorus</forename>
                            <surname>Tarsensis</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>Greek poet</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus:text:1999.01.0022">Perseus Project</ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person> 
                    <person xml:id="pers_TERI1" sex="1">
                                <persName type="hist">
                                    <reg>Terius, Alexis</reg>
                                    <forename>Alexis</forename>
                                    <surname>Terius</surname>
                                </persName>
                                <birth notBefore-iso="525" notAfter-iso="524" when-custom="525/524"/>
                                <death when-custom="unknown"/>
                                <note>
                                    <p>Athenian Comdic Poet</p>
                                    <list type="links">
                                        <item>
                                            <ref target="http://tapasproject.org/kit-marlowe/files/francis-meres-wits-treasury-poets">Tapas Project</ref>
                                        </item>
                                    </list>
                                </note>
                        </person>                
                    <person xml:id="pers_WILL1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Willet, Andrew</reg>
                            <forename>Andrew</forename>
                            <surname>Willet</surname>
                            <roleName>Reverend</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1562"/>
                        <death when="1621"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>English clergyman and controversialist, known for his anti-papal works </p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.prdl.org/author_view.php?a_id=86">prdl</ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note> 
                       </person>   
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                    <name>Taylor Long</name>
                    <name>Emily Rosano</name>
                    <name>Brendan Murphy</name>
                </respStmt> --> 
                       <person xml:id="pers_DRAY1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Drayton, Michael</reg>
                            <forename>Michael</forename>
                            <surname>Drayton</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1563"/>
                        <death when="1631"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>he fell in love with Sir Henry's daughter, Anne, who served as an inspiration for 'Idea'. Drayton's most popular work was Nymphidia, much influenced by Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/draybio.htm">Luminarium</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_LUCU1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <roleName>General</roleName>
                            <reg>Lucullus, Lucius</reg>
                            <forename>Lucius</forename>
                            <forename type="middle">Licinius</forename>
                            <surname>Lucullus</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0118" when-custom="118 BC"/>
                        <death when="-0056" when-custom="56 BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Lucullus was a roman politician and General.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/e/roman/texts/plutarch/lives/lucullus*.html">Penelope</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_MAEC1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Maecenus, Gaius</reg>
                            <forename>Gaius</forename>
                            <surname>Maecenus</surname>
                            <roleName>Diplomat</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0070" when-custom="70 BC"/>
                        <death when="-0008" when-custom="8 BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Roman diplomat, counsellor to the Roman emperor Augustus, and wealthy patron of such poets as Virgil and Horace. One of Octavian’s earliest supporters.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803100125131">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_MARU1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Marullus</reg>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>A rhetor, he taught rhetoric with M. Porcius, Latro. M. Schanz and C. Hosius.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/search?q=marullus&amp;searchBtn=Search&amp;isQuickSearch=true%EF%BB%BF%EF%BB%BF%EF%BB%BF%EF%BB%BF%EF%BB%BF%EF%BB%BF%EF%BB%BF%EF%BB%BF%EF%BB%BF%EF%BB%BF%EF%BB%BF">OxfordReference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_MELA1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Melanthus</reg>
                            <forename>Melanthus</forename>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Melanthius</addName>
                            <roleName>Poet</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>A 5th century tragic poet. Author of Atthis, split into two books, only one fragment has survived to date.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803100148522">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_MENA1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Menander</reg>
                            <forename>Menander</forename>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Menandros</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0342" when-custom="342 BC"/>
                        <death when="-0291" when-custom="291 BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>a Hellenistic Greek dramatist and the best-known representative of Athenian New Comedy. Very little of his work has survived.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.ancient-literature.com/greece_menander.html">Ancient Literature</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_MEPH1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Mephistopheles</reg>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Mephisto</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>An evil spirit to whom Faust, in the German legend, sold his soul.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803100150753"><title level="m">Oxford Reference</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_MINO1" sex="0">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Minor, Octavia</reg>
                            <forename>Octavia</forename>
                            <surname>Minor</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0069" when-custom="69 BCE"/>
                        <death when="-0011" when-custom="11 BCE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Full sister of Octavian (later the emperor Augustus) and speculated wife of Mark Antony.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.livius.org/articles/person/octavia-minor">Livius</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_MUSA1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Musaeus</reg>
                            <forename>Musaeus</forename>
                            <addName type="alt_name">Grammaticus</addName>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Musaios</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>A Greek poet, the story Hero and the Lender has been the subject of two poems, one by Musaeus and one begun by Christopher Marlowe.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://classics.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780199381135.001.0001/acrefore-9780199381135-e-8249">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_NASO1" sex="0">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Ovid</reg>
                            <forename>Publius</forename>
                            <forename type = "Middle"> Ovius</forename>
                            <surname>Naso</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0043" when-custom="43 BCE"/>
                        <death when="0017" when-custom="17AD"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Famous works include Amores, Ars Amatoria, and the Metamophoses.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.ancient.eu/ovid/">Ancient</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_NICO1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Nicostratus</reg>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>A Middle Comedy Greek poet known as the son of Aristophanes.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/search?q=nicostratus&amp;searchBtn=Search&amp;isQuickSearch=true"><title level="m">Oxford Reference</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_NOAH1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Noah</reg>
                            <addName>Noe</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>A biblical figure, featured most frequently in Genesis, who built an Ark to save his family and hold two of every type of animal.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/search?q=Noah&amp;searchBtn=Search&amp;isQuickSearch=true"><title level="m">Oxford Reference</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_ORPH1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Orpheus</reg>
                            <title>Hero</title>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>Son of Apollo, ancient Greek legendary hero endowed with superhuman musical skills.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="https://www.britannica.com/topic/Orpheus-Greek-mythology"><title level="m">Britannica</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_PANA1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Panapolyta, Nonnus</reg>
                            <forename>Nonnus</forename>
                            <surname>Panapolyta</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>As written in the Writs of Francis, Nonnus wrote the gospel of Saint John in Greek Hexameter.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxforddnb.com/index/101000004/">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_PHRY1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Phrygius, Nicomachus</reg>
                            <forename>Nicomachus</forename>
                            <surname>Phrygius</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>One of the tragic poets that flourished in ancient Greece as noted in the Writs of Francis.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://tapasproject.org/kit-marlowe/files/francis-meres-wits-treasury-poets">Tapas Project</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    
                    <person xml:id="pers_ROYD1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Roydon, Mathew</reg>
                            <forename>Mathew</forename>
                            <surname>Roydon</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1580"/>
                        <death when="1622"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>A English poet.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/acref/9780199237173.001.0001/q-author-00001-00002939">OxfordReference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <!-- Jerel Archer, William Wingo, Musa Mansaray, DJ Haskins -->
                    <person xml:id="pers_PHIL1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <!-- regularized names are Surname, Forename when both are available-->
                            <reg>Philip, King</reg>
                            <forename>Philip</forename>
                            <addName type="epithet">of Macedonia</addName>
                            <roleName>King</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0392" when-custom="382 BC"/>
                        <death when="-0336" when-custom="336 BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>King Philip of Macedonia</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/search?btog=chap&amp;pageSize=10&amp;q=Philip+II+of+Macedon&amp;sort=relevance%20">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_KYD1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <!-- regularized names are Surname, Forename when both are available-->
                            <reg>Kyd, Thomas</reg>
                            <forename>Thomas</forename>
                            <surname>Kyd</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1558"/>
                        <death when="1594"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Dramatist </p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.britannica.com/biography/Thomas-Kyd">Britannica</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_LEPI1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <!-- regularized names are Surname, Forename when both are available-->
                            <reg>Lepidus, Marcus </reg>
                            <forename>Marcus</forename>
                            <forename type="middle"> Aemillius</forename>
                            <surname>Lepidus </surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0090" when-custom="90BC"/>
                        <death when="-0013" when-custom="13BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p> Roman Statesman and Consul.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.britannica.com/biography/Marcus-Aemilius-Lepidus-Roman-statesman-died-13-12-BC/">Britannica</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>  
                    <person xml:id="pers_LINU1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <!-- regularized names are Surname, Forename when both are available-->
                            <reg>Linus</reg>
                            <surname>Linos</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>The son of Apollo by a Muse (Calliope, or by Psamathe or Chalciope, Apollod</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.britannica.com/topic/Linus-Greek-mythology">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_LODG1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <!-- regularized names are Surname, Forename when both are available-->
                            <reg>Lodge, Thomas</reg>
                            <forename>Thomas</forename>
                            <surname>Lodge</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1558"/>
                        <death when="1625"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Poet, physician, and playwright in the Elizabethan Age.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/search?q=thomas+lodge&amp;searchBtn=Search&amp;isQuickSearch=true">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_LUCA1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <!-- regularized names are Surname, Forename when both are available-->
                            <reg> Lucanus,Marcus</reg>
                            <forename>Marcus</forename>
                            <forename type="middle"> Annaeus</forename>
                            <surname>Lucanus</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="0039" when-custom="39AD"/>
                        <death when="0065" when-custom="65AD"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Roman poet; Marlowe translated his work into English</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.britannica.com/biography/Lucan-Roman-author">Britannica</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_LUCI1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Lucifer</reg>
                            <addName type="alt_name">Satan</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>Lucifer is the angel created by God, but eventually turns evil and is kicked out of heaven earning the name satan.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target= "http://www.markbeast.com/satan/history-of-satan.htm" >THEOI</ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_LUCI2" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Lucilius</reg>
                            <forename>Gaius</forename>
                            <surname>Lucilius</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0180" when-custom="180 BC"/>        
                        <death when="-0103" when-custom="103 BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>One of the earliest Roman writers and the inventor poetical satire.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target= "https://www.britannica.com/biography/Gaius-Lucilius" >Britannica</ref></item>
                            </list></note>   
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_LUCR1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Lucretius</reg>
                            <forename>Titus</forename>
                            <surname>Lucretius </surname>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>Roman Poet and Philosoper  </p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target= "https://www.britannica.com/biography/Lucretius" >Britannica</ref></item>
                            </list></note>   
                    </person>   
                    <person xml:id="pers_LYLY1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <!-- regularized names are Surname, Forename when both are available-->
                            <reg>Lyly, John</reg>
                            <forename>John</forename>
                            <surname>Lyly</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when-custom="1553"/>
                        <death when-custom="1606"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>An English dramatist, poet, and writer of "Euphuism". </p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/acref/9780199546091.001.0001/acref-9780199546091-e-6993?rskey=vgX1yp&amp;result=1">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <!-- Mackenzie Gomes, Jack Fleming, Cassie Monteiro -->
                    <person xml:id="pers_CALI1" sex="1"> <!--Mackenzie Gomes-->
                        <persName type="lit">"
                            <reg>Calimachus</reg>
                            <forename>Calimachus</forename>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Callimachus</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0310" when-custom="310 BC"/>
                        <death when="-0240" when-custom="240 BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Greek poet who founded Cyrene</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="www.http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195389661/obo-9780195389661-0009.xml?rskey=FsBBvK&amp;result=1&amp;q=Callimachus#firstMatch">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_CASS1" sex="1"> <!--Mackenzie Gomes--> 
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Cassius</reg>
                            <forename>Gaius</forename>
                            <forename type="middle">Cassius</forename>
                            <surname>Longinus</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>A roman emperor who was plotting to kill Julius Caesar.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="https://ehistory.osu.edu/biographies/gaius-cassius-longinus"></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_CATU1" sex="1"> <!-- Jack Fleming-->
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Catullus</reg>
                            <forename>Gaius</forename>
                            <forename type="middle">Valerius</forename>
                            <surname>Catullus</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0084" when-custom="84 BC"/>
                        <death when="-0054" when-custom="54 BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Roman poet, whose works influenced other well known poets such as Ovid</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.ancient-literature.com/rome_catullus.html">Classical Literature</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_CELI" sex="1"> <!-- Mackenzie Gomes -->
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Celiano</reg>
                            <forename>Angelo</forename>
                            <surname>Grillo</surname>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Levio Celiano</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1557"/>
                        <death when="1629"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Italian writer who wrote under the pen name Livio Celiano and colaborated with Shakespeare.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="www.cambridgescholars.com/download/sample/60399">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_CICE1" sex="1"> <!-- Jack Fleming -->
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Cicero</reg>
                            <forename>Marcus</forename>
                            <forename type="middle">Tullius</forename>
                            <surname>Cicero</surname>
                            <addName type="alt_name">Tully</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0106" when-custom="106 BC"/>
                        <death when="-0043" when-custom="43 BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Greek philosopher and writer who was prominent during the time of Julius Caesar.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://classics.oxfordre.com/search?siteToSearch=orecla&amp;q=cicero&amp;searchBtn=Search&amp;isQuickSearch=true">Oxford Classical Dictionary</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_CLAU1" sex="1"> <!--Jack Fleming-->
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Claudianus</reg>
                            <forename>Claudius</forename>
                            <surname>Claudianus</surname>
                            <addName type="alt_name">Claudian</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0370" when-custom="370 CE"/>
                        <death when="-0404" when-custom="404 CE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>A native Greek speaker, who was discovered in Rome and whose works were mostly written in Latin.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195389661/obo-9780195389661-0215.xml#obo-9780195389661-0215-div1-0004">Oxford Bibliography</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_PLIN1" sex="1"> <!--Mackenzie Gomes-->
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>C.Plinius</reg>
                            <forename>Gaius</forename>
                            <forename type="middle">Plinius</forename>
                            <surname>Secundus</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="0061" when-custom="61 CE"/>
                        <death when="0112" when-custom="112 CE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>He was a lawyer, administrator and Roman writer.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="www.ancient-literature.com/romepliny.html">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_CYRU1" sex="1"> <!--Jack Fleming-->
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Cyrus</reg>
                            <forename>Cryus</forename> 
                            <addName type="epithet">the Great</addName>
                            <roleName>King</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0576" when-custom="576 BCE"/>
                        <death when="-0530" when-custom="530 BCE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>First king of the Achaemenid Empire from 559 BCE - 530 BCE.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.ancient.eu/Cyrus_the_Great/">Ancient History Encyclopedia</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_DANT1" sex="1"> <!-- Cassie Monteiro-->
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Dante</reg>
                            <forename>Dante</forename>
                            <surname>Algihieri</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1265"/>
                        <death when="1321"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Italian poet and author of The Divine Comedy.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://exhibits.library.villanova.edu/dante-illustrated/dante-s-biography/">Villanova University, Falvey Memorial Library</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_DAVI1" sex="1"> <!-- Cassie Monteiro-->
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Davies</reg>
                            <forename>John</forename>
                            <surname>Davies</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1569"/>
                        <death when="1626"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Author, Attorney General of Ireland, Lord Chief Justice of England, circuit judge and MP for Newcastle-under-Lyne.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/daviebio.htm">Luminarium</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_DECI1" sex="1"> <!--Cassie Monteiro-->
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Decius</reg>
                            <forename>Decius</forename>
                            <surname>Valerinus</surname>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Quintis</addName>
                            <roleName>Emporer</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="0190" when-custom="190 CE"/>
                        <death when="0251" when-custom="251 CE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Roman emporer from 249-251 CE.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.ancient.eu/Decius/">Ancient</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_DECK1" sex="1"> <!-- Cassie Monteiro-->
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Dekker, Thomas</reg>
                            <forename>Thomas</forename>
                            <surname>Dekker</surname>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Decker</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1570"/>
                        <death when="1632"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>A profilic writer,wrote plays and prose.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.luminarium.org/sevenlit/dekker/dekkerbio.htm">Luminarium</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_DELI1" sex="0"> <!-- Mackenzie Gomes -->
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Delia</reg>
                            <forename>Delia</forename>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p> A fictional character within Samuel Daniel's writing.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.luminarium.org/renascence-editions/delia.html"></ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <!-- Duplicate entry 
                        <person xml:id="pers_DRAY1" sex="1">--> <!--Cassie Monteiro-->
                        <!--<persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Drayton, Michael</reg>
                            <forename>Michael</forename>
                            <surname>Drayton</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when-custom="1563"/>
                        <death when-custom="1631"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>An English poet who came to prominence in the Elizabethan era.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/michael-drayton">Poetry Foundation</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>-->
                    <person xml:id="pers_OCLA1" sex="1"> <!--Jack Fleming-->
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Christopher Ocland</reg>
                            <forename>Christopher</forename>
                            <surname>Ocland</surname>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Christopher Ochland</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <death when-custom="1590"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Writer, who became the first headmaster of St Saviour's Grammar School in 1652.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/10.1093/ref:odnb/9780198614128.001.0001/odnb-9780198614128-e-20495">Oxford Dictionary of National Biography</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    
                    <!-- Zoe Smith, Kat Clavette, Bridget Dwyer, Haley Riley, and Madison Ward -->
                    <person xml:id="CAES1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Augustus Caesar</reg>
                            <forename>Augustus</forename>
                            <surname>Caesar</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0063" when-custom="63 BCE"/>
                        <death when="0014" when-custom="14 CE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Grandnephew of Julius Caesar, became ruler of Roman Empire.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/acref/9780190622718.001.0001/acref-9780190622718-e-79">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_DRAK1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Drake, Francis</reg>
                            <forename>Francis</forename>
                            <surname>Drake</surname>
                            <addName type="honorific">Sir</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1540"/>
                        <death when="1596"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>A sailor and a navigator. He was one of the first englishmen to circumnavigate the globe.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/acref/9780195149227.001.0001/acref-9780195149227-e-0201?rskey=oNtBHN&amp;result=1">Oxford Refernce</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="DYER1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Sir Edward Dyer</reg>
                            <forename>Edward</forename>
                            <surname>Dyer</surname>
                            <addName type="honorific">Sir</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1543"/>
                        <death when="1607"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Member of aristocratic courtier and poets in Elizabethan England.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/areopagus.htm">Luminarium</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_EDWA2" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>King Edward IV</reg>
                            <forename> Edward</forename>
                            <surname> York</surname>
                            <roleName> King </roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1442"/>
                        <death when="1483"/>
                        <note>
                            <p> King of England IV</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/10.1093/ref:odnb/9780198614128.001.0001/odnb-9780198614128-e-8520">Oxford Dictionary of National Biography</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_EURI1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Euripedes</reg>
                            <forename>Euripedes</forename>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Euripides</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0484" when-custom="484 BC"/>
                        <death when="-0406" when-custom="406 BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>One of Athen's 3 great tragic dramatists</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.ancient-literature.com/greece_euripides.html">Classical Literature</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_FAUS1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg> Doctor Faustus</reg>
                            <forename>John</forename>
                            <surname>Faustus</surname>
                            <roleName>Doctor</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>The main Character of Christopher Marlowe's 1604 play Doctor Faustus</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="https://emed.folger.edu/drfaust"><title level="m">A Digital Anthology of Early Modern English Drama</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="FERR1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Ferris, Edward</reg>
                            <forename>Edward</forename>
                            <surname>Ferris</surname>
                            <roleName>Maister</roleName>  
                            <addName>Ferrers</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1524"/>
                        <death when="1564"/> 
                        <note>
                            <p>Dramatist</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/areopagus.htm">Luminarium</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_GAGE1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>William</reg>
                            <addName>Gager</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p> Latin playwright and poet. </p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://oxfordindex.oup.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803095840289"><title>Oxford Index</title></ref></item>
                            </list> 
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_GETU1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg> Getulicus</reg>
                            <forename> Cornelius</forename>
                            <forename type="middle"> Lentulus</forename>
                            <surname> Gaetulicus</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <note> 
                            <p> Consul and legate of Upper Germany</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803095639674">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="GRAT1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg> Emperor Gratian</reg>
                            <forename>Flavius</forename>
                            <surname>Augustus</surname>
                            <forename type="middle">Gratianus</forename>
                            <roleName>Emperor</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="0359" when-custom="359 CE"/>
                        <death when="0383" when-custom="383 CE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Roman Emperor</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://classics.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780199381135.001.0001/acrefore-9780199381135-e-2890?product=orecla#acrefore-9780199381135-e-2890">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_HADD1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Haddon, Gualtert</reg>
                            <forename>Walter</forename>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p> Created docter of laws at Cambridge in 1549, eminent light in reformation under King Edward.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.luminarium.org/encyclopedia/haddon.htm"><title>Luminarium</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_HARV1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Gabriel</reg>
                            <addName>Harvey</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>Noted for his tenacious participation in literary feuds, he engaged Thomas Nashe in a long-running pamphlet war.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199580682.001.0001/oxfordhb-9780199580682-e-37"><title>Oxford Handbooks</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="HECT1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Prince Hector</reg>
                            <roleName>Prince</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>Hector, Prince of Troy, was Troy's greatest warrior; his story is told in Homer's Iliad</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text">Perseus</ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_HELE1" sex="0">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Helen</reg>
                            <addName>Helen of Troy</addName>
                            <forename> Helen</forename>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>The Trojan War was fought over her.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/acref/9780192806871.001.0001/acref-9780192806871-e-8837"><title>Oxford Reference</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="HENR1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg> King Henry VII</reg>
                            <forename>Henry</forename>
                            <genName> VII</genName>
                            <addName> Henrie</addName>
                            <surname> Tudor</surname>
                            <roleName> King</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1491"/>
                        <death when="1547"/>
                        <note>
                            <p> Henry VIII reigned England from 1509-1547</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target= "http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803095931328"> Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_HESI1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Hesiod</reg>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p> Often called the “father of Greek didactic poetry”,  lived in the village of Ascra in Boeotia and won a tripod in a bardic competition at the funeral games of King Amphidamas.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195389661/obo-9780195389661-0019.xml"> <title>Oxford Bibliographies</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note> 
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_HEYW1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg> Heywood, John</reg>
                            <forename> John</forename>
                            <surname> Heywood</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1497"/>
                        <death when="1580"/>
                        <note>
                            <p> Playwright and epigrammatist</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803095934979">Oxford Reference</ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="HIPP1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg> Hipponax</reg>
                            <forename> Hipponax</forename>
                            <roleName> poet</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0006" when-custom="6 B.C.E."/>
                        <note>
                            <p> poet of Ephesus and Clazamonae. Composed monologues and songs.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target= "http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/acref/9780198606413.001.0001/acref-9780198606413-e-3125"> Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item> 
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="HOME1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg> Homer</reg>
                            <forename> Homer</forename>
                            <roleName>poet</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0650" when-custom="650 B.C.E."/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Author of The Iliad and The Odyssey.</p>
                            <list type= "links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target= "http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/collection?collection=Perseus%3Acorpus%3Aperseus%2Cauthor%2CHomer"> Perseus</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="HOWA1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg> Earl Howard, Henry</reg>
                            <forename>Henry</forename>
                            <surname>Howard</surname>
                            <addName> Henrie</addName>
                            <roleName> Earl</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1562"/>
                        <death when="1633"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, 1601-06; Archbishop of Canterbury,
                                1611-33.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxforddnb.com/index/101000004/">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>   
                   <!-- duplicate:
                       <person xml:id="pers_MAEC1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Maecenas, Gaius</reg>
                            <forename>Gaius</forename>
                            <surname>Maecenas</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when-custom="70 BCE"/>
                        <death when-custom="8 BCE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Roman diplomat, counsellor to the Roman emperor Augustus, and wealthy patron of such poets as Virgil and Horace.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/e/gazetteer/people/Maecenas/Britannica_1911*.html">UChigago</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>-->
                    <person xml:id="pers_PEEL1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Peele, George</reg>
                            <forename>George</forename>
                            <surname>Peele</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1558"/>
                        <death when="1598"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>An english translator, dramatist, and poet.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/peelebio.htm">Luminarium</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_SIDN1" sex="0">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Sidney, Frances</reg>
                            <forename>Frances</forename>
                            <surname>Sidney</surname>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Francis Sydney</addName>
                            <roleName>Countess</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1531"/>
                        <death when="1589"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>She served as a lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth before her father arranged for her to marry Philip Sidney.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://spartacus-educational.com/Frances_Sidney.htm">Spartacus Educational</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <!-- Group 1: Justin, Abby, Nick, Justin, Tonino -->
                     <person xml:id="pers_GREE1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Greene, Robert</reg>
                            <forename>Robert</forename>
                            <surname>Greene</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1560" when-custom="1560"/>
                        <death when="1592" when-custom="1592"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>English dramatist and writer</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/greenebio.htm">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person> 
                    <person xml:id="pers_HEYW2" sex="1">
                    <persName type="hist">
                        <reg>Heywood, Thomas</reg>
                        <forename>Thomas</forename>
                        <surname>Heywood </surname>
                    </persName>
                    <birth when="1574" when-custom="1574"/>
                    <death when="1641" when-custom="1641"/>
                    <note>
                        <p>Actor-playwright </p>
                        <list type="links">
                            <item>
                                <ref target="https://www.britannica.com/biography/Thomas-Heywood">ODNB</ref>
                            </item>
                        </list>
                    </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_TKYD1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Kyd, Thomas</reg>
                            <forename>Thomas</forename>
                            <surname>Kyd </surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1558" when-custom="1558"/>
                        <death when="1594" when-custom="1594"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Dramatist </p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.britannica.com/biography/Thomas-Kyd">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_PERS1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Persius</reg>
                            <forename>Persius</forename>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="0034" when-custom="34 CE"/>
                        <death when="0062" when-custom="62 CE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Roman satirist; author of 6 satires.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803100319726">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_PETR1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Petrarch, Francesco</reg>
                            <forename>Francesco</forename>
                            <surname>Petrarch</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1304" when-custom="1304 CE"/>
                        <death when="1374" when-custom="1374 CE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Italaian poet, crowned Poet Laureate.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803100320505">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_PHAE1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Phaer, Thomas</reg>
                            <forename>Thomas</forename>
                            <surname>Phaer</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1514" when-custom="1514 CE"/>
                        <death when="1560" when-custom="1560 CE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Constable, forester, crown searcher, crown solicitor, council in the Marches of Wales.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1509-1558/member/phaer-%28fayre%29-thomas-1514-60">The History of Parliament</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <!-- duplicate ID, but not a duplicate person
                        <person xml:id="pers_PHIL1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Philelphus, Franciscus</reg>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling"> Filelfo </addName>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">> Francesco </addName>
                            <forename>Franciscus</forename>
                            <surname>Philelphus</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when-custom="1398 CE"/>
                        <death when-custom="1481 CE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Italian humanist, in charge of business and diplomatic missions in the East.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01234580">Thesaurus</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>-->
                    <person xml:id="pers_COUS1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Cous, Philetas</reg>
                            <addName type="alt_name"> Philitas of Cos </addName>
                            <addName type="alt_name"> Philetas de Cos</addName>
                            <forename>Philetas</forename>
                            <surname>Cous</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0340" when-custom="340 BCE"/>
                        <death when="-0270" when-custom="270 BCE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Greek poet and scholar born in Cos which is now the Aegean Islands in Greece. He has been accredited with influencing the Hellenistic school of poetry and Latin poetry. Only fragments of his work have survived. His poem Demeter was especially highly esteemed.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803100322802">Oxford Reference</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_PHIL2" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>King Phillip II</reg>
                            <forename>Phillip</forename>
                            <genName>II</genName>    
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0383" when-custom="383 BCE"/>
                        <death when="-0336" when-custom="336 BCE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Father of Alexander the Great. Successful, militaristic King and Commander.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.ancient.eu/Philip_II_of_Macedon/">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_PHIL3" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Philo Judaeus</reg>
                            <forename>Philo</forename>
                            <addName type="alt_name">Philo of Alexandria</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0020" when-custom="20 BCE"/>
                        <death when="0040" when-custom="40 CE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Helped develop the theological foundation for Christianity.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/2005442">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_PIER1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="lit">
                            <reg>Piers Plowman</reg>
                            <forename>Piers</forename>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Piers Ploughman</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>A spiritual model for the character, Will, in an alliterative poem from the late fourteenth century, "The Vision of Piers Plowman."</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item><ref target="http://piers.chass.ncsu.edu/about/piersPlowman.html"><title level="m">THEOI</title></ref></item>
                            </list>
                        </note>    
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_PIGR1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Pigres</reg>
                            <addName type="alt_name">Pigres of Halicarnassus</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <note>
                            <p>Early Greek poet. Introduced iambic parameter.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.artandpopularculture.com/Pigres_of_Halicarnassus">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_PORC1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Licinius, Porcius</reg>
                            <forename>Porcius</forename>
                            <surname>Licinius</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="0263" when-custom="263"/>
                        <death when="0325" when-custom="325"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Roman emperor, was exhiled and executed </p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.britannica.com/biography/Licinius">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_PRIS1" sex="1">
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                            <reg>Priscus of Panium</reg>
                            <forename>Priscus</forename>
                            <addName type="alt_name">Priscus of Panium</addName>  
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="0410" when-custom="410"/>
                        <death when="0472" when-custom="472"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Roman diplomat and greek historian</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/searchresults?q=priscus">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_PROP1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Propertius</reg>
                            <forename>Propertius</forename>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0055" when-custom="55 BCE"/>
                        <death when="-0016" when-custom="16 BCE"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Wrote four books of elegies </p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.britannica.com/biography/Sextus-Propertius">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_ELIZ1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Quintianus Stoa</reg>
                            <forename>Quitianus</forename>
                            <surname> Stoa</surname>
                            <addName type="alt_name" > Giovanni Francesco Conti</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1484" when-custom="1484"/>
                        <death when="1529" when-custom="1529"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Went by the name of Quintanius Stoa, and wrotes plays in the early 1500s.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/giovanni-francesco-conti_(Dizionario-Biografico)">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_CORN1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Cornisicius, Quintus</reg>
                            <forename>Quintus</forename>
                            <surname>Cornisicius </surname>
                            <addName> Quintus Corniſicius </addName>
                        </persName>
                        <death when="-0004" when-custom="4 BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>General, orator, poet </p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://classics.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780199381135.001.0001/acrefore-9780199381135-e-1880">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_ENNI1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Ennius, Quintus</reg>
                            <forename>Quintus</forename>
                            <surname>Ennius</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0239" when-custom="239 BC"/>
                        <death when="-0239" when-custom="169 BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Epic poet, dramatist, and satirist, the most influential of the early Latin poets, rightly called the founder of Roman literature.</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.poemhunter.com/quintus-ennius/biography/">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person> 
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                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Lutatius, Quintus Catulus</reg>
                            <forename>Quintus Catulus</forename>
                            <surname>Lutatius</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="-0120" when-custom="120 BC"/>
                        <death when="-0060" when-custom="60 BC"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Roman politican that led the conservative faction of the senate </p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.britannica.com/biography/Quintus-Lutatius-Catulus-Roman-politician-died-61-60-BC">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
                    <person xml:id="pers_STAN1" sex="1">
                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Stanyhurst, Richard</reg>
                            <forename>Richard</forename>
                            <surname>Stanyhurst</surname>
                            <addName type="alt_spelling">Stanihurst</addName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1547"/>
                        <death when="1618"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Irish alchemist, translator, poet, and historian</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="http://www.libraryireland.com/articles/StanihurstIrishNation/index.php">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>
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                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg> Pope Romanus</reg>
                            <forename>Romanus</forename>
                            <addName type="alt_name" ></addName>
                            <roleName> Pope</roleName>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when-custom="unknown"/>
                        <death when="0897-11" when-custom="Nov 897"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>Pope Romanus was the Pope after the death of Pope Steven the 6th. He served from August to November 897 when he died. .</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.britannica.com/biography/Romanus-pope-897">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
                    </person>       
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                        <persName type="hist">
                            <reg>Shakespeare, William</reg>
                            <forename>William</forename>
                            <surname>Shakespeare</surname>
                        </persName>
                        <birth when="1564"/>
                        <death when="1616"/>
                        <note>
                            <p>English poet, playwright, and actor</p>
                            <list type="links">
                                <item>
                                    <ref target="https://www.folger.edu/shakespeare">ODNB</ref>
                                </item>
                            </list>
                        </note>
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Abel Abel

Biblical figure, Murdered by his brother Cain

Perseus Project
Adam Adam

The first man created by God, Intended to be a progenitor with Eve, Lived in the Garden of Eden

Perseus Project
Aeschylus Aeschylus

Athenian Comdic Poet, fought at Marathon

Oxford
Aetolus, Alexander Alexander Aetolus

Athenian playwright

Oxford Reference
Alexander III of Macedon Alexander III Alexander the Great

Leader of the Macedonians.

ODNB
Anacreon Anacreon

Athenian comedic poet

Oxford Reference
Apollo Apollo

God of the sun, prophecy, poetry.

Perseus Project
Alciatus, Andreas Andreas Alciatus

Italian writer

Emblems
Arete Arete Queen

figure in Greek mythology, descendent of Posideon, wife of Alcinous.

Mythological Index
Ariadne Ariadne

Daughter of Pasiphae and the Cretan king Minos.

Perseus Project
Ariosto, Ludivico Ludivico Ariosto

Italian poet.

Oxford Reference
Aristophanes Aristophanes

Comic playwright of ancient Athens.

Ancient
Aristotle Aristotle

Ancient Greek philosopher, considered the father of logic .

Oxford Reference
Atheniensis, Astydamus Astydamus Atheniensis Astydamas

Name of both father and son, tragic Athenian poets (Athenian may indicate younger, but that is not certain).

Oxford Reference
Bankes, William William Bankes

Bankeses were an aritocratic family in Dorset, England.

Parliament History
Barnfield, Richard Richard Barnfield

English poet, close with William Shakespeare.

Poetry Foundation
Beelzebub Beelzebub Belzebub

Prince of Devils.

Perseus Project
Bembus Bembus Mateusz

Cardinal.

Perseus Project
Boccaccio, Giovanni Giovani Boccaccio Boccace

Italian writer and poet.

Oxford Bibliographies
Breton, Nicholas Nicholas Breton

English novelsit and poet.

Oxford Reference
Brunas Brunas

A poet, refrenced in EPIGRAMMES and ELEGIES.

Tapas Project
Fraunce, Abraham Abraham Fraunce

Elizabethan Poet

Oxford Reference
Googe, Barnabe Barnabe Googe

English poet, pursued a career in the court, educated at Christ college in Cambridge

Oxford Reference
King Henry III Henry III Henrie King

King of England 1216 - 1272.

doi
Imbrex, Licinius Licinius Imbrex

Latin Poet

Oxford Refrence
Munday, Anthony Anthony Munday Mundye

English poet, and dramatist..

Luminarium
Parius, Archilochus Archilochus Parius

Greek lyric poet.

Perseus Project
Rhodius, Anaxadrides Anaxadrides Rhodius

Greek comedy poet

Oxford Reference
Tarsensis, Apollodorus Apollodorus Tarsensis

Greek poet

Perseus Project
Terius, Alexis Alexis Terius

Athenian Comdic Poet

Tapas Project
Willet, Andrew Andrew Willet Reverend

English clergyman and controversialist, known for his anti-papal works 

prdl
Drayton, Michael Michael Drayton

he fell in love with Sir Henry's daughter, Anne, who served as an inspiration for 'Idea'. Drayton's most popular work was Nymphidia, much influenced by Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream

Luminarium
General Lucullus, Lucius Lucius Licinius Lucullus

Lucullus was a roman politician and General.

Penelope
Maecenus, Gaius Gaius Maecenus Diplomat

Roman diplomat, counsellor to the Roman emperor Augustus, and wealthy patron of such poets as Virgil and Horace. One of Octavian’s earliest supporters.

Oxford Reference
Marullus

A rhetor, he taught rhetoric with M. Porcius, Latro. M. Schanz and C. Hosius.

OxfordReference
Melanthus Melanthus Melanthius Poet

A 5th century tragic poet. Author of Atthis, split into two books, only one fragment has survived to date.

Oxford Reference
Menander Menander Menandros

a Hellenistic Greek dramatist and the best-known representative of Athenian New Comedy. Very little of his work has survived.

Ancient Literature
Mephistopheles Mephisto

An evil spirit to whom Faust, in the German legend, sold his soul.

Oxford Reference
Minor, Octavia Octavia Minor

Full sister of Octavian (later the emperor Augustus) and speculated wife of Mark Antony.

Livius
Musaeus Musaeus Grammaticus Musaios

A Greek poet, the story Hero and the Lender has been the subject of two poems, one by Musaeus and one begun by Christopher Marlowe.

Oxford Reference
Ovid Publius Ovius Naso

Famous works include Amores, Ars Amatoria, and the Metamophoses.

Ancient
Nicostratus

A Middle Comedy Greek poet known as the son of Aristophanes.

Oxford Reference
Noah Noe

A biblical figure, featured most frequently in Genesis, who built an Ark to save his family and hold two of every type of animal.

Oxford Reference
Orpheus Hero

Son of Apollo, ancient Greek legendary hero endowed with superhuman musical skills.

Britannica
Panapolyta, Nonnus Nonnus Panapolyta

As written in the Writs of Francis, Nonnus wrote the gospel of Saint John in Greek Hexameter.

ODNB
Phrygius, Nicomachus Nicomachus Phrygius

One of the tragic poets that flourished in ancient Greece as noted in the Writs of Francis.

Tapas Project
Roydon, Mathew Mathew Roydon

A English poet.

OxfordReference
Philip, King Philip of Macedonia King

King Philip of Macedonia

Oxford Reference
Kyd, Thomas Thomas Kyd

Dramatist

Britannica
Lepidus, Marcus Marcus Aemillius Lepidus

 Roman Statesman and Consul.

Britannica
Linus Linos

The son of Apollo by a Muse (Calliope, or by Psamathe or Chalciope, Apollod

ODNB
Lodge, Thomas Thomas Lodge

Poet, physician, and playwright in the Elizabethan Age.

ODNB
Lucanus,Marcus Marcus Annaeus Lucanus

Roman poet; Marlowe translated his work into English

Britannica
Lucifer Satan

Lucifer is the angel created by God, but eventually turns evil and is kicked out of heaven earning the name satan.

THEOI
Lucilius Gaius Lucilius

One of the earliest Roman writers and the inventor poetical satire.

Britannica
Lucretius Titus Lucretius 

Roman Poet and Philosoper  

Britannica
Lyly, John John Lyly

An English dramatist, poet, and writer of "Euphuism". 

ODNB
" Calimachus Calimachus Callimachus

Greek poet who founded Cyrene

ODNB
Cassius Gaius Cassius Longinus

A roman emperor who was plotting to kill Julius Caesar.

Catullus Gaius Valerius Catullus

Roman poet, whose works influenced other well known poets such as Ovid

Classical Literature
Celiano Angelo Grillo Levio Celiano

Italian writer who wrote under the pen name Livio Celiano and colaborated with Shakespeare.

ODNB
Cicero Marcus Tullius Cicero Tully

Greek philosopher and writer who was prominent during the time of Julius Caesar.

Oxford Classical Dictionary
Claudianus Claudius Claudianus Claudian

A native Greek speaker, who was discovered in Rome and whose works were mostly written in Latin.

Oxford Bibliography
C.Plinius Gaius Plinius Secundus

He was a lawyer, administrator and Roman writer.

ODNB
Cyrus Cryus the Great King

First king of the Achaemenid Empire from 559 BCE - 530 BCE.

Ancient History Encyclopedia
Dante Dante Algihieri

Italian poet and author of The Divine Comedy.

Villanova University, Falvey Memorial Library
Davies John Davies

Author, Attorney General of Ireland, Lord Chief Justice of England, circuit judge and MP for Newcastle-under-Lyne.

Luminarium
Decius Decius Valerinus Quintis Emporer

Roman emporer from 249-251 CE.

Ancient
Dekker, Thomas Thomas Dekker Decker

A profilic writer,wrote plays and prose.

Luminarium
Delia Delia

A fictional character within Samuel Daniel's writing.

Christopher Ocland Christopher Ocland Christopher Ochland

Writer, who became the first headmaster of St Saviour's Grammar School in 1652.

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
Augustus Caesar Augustus Caesar

Grandnephew of Julius Caesar, became ruler of Roman Empire.

Oxford Reference
Drake, Francis Francis Drake Sir

A sailor and a navigator. He was one of the first englishmen to circumnavigate the globe.

Oxford Refernce
Sir Edward Dyer Edward Dyer Sir

Member of aristocratic courtier and poets in Elizabethan England.

Luminarium
King Edward IV Edward York King

King of England IV

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
Euripedes Euripedes Euripides

One of Athen's 3 great tragic dramatists

Classical Literature
Doctor Faustus John Faustus Doctor

The main Character of Christopher Marlowe's 1604 play Doctor Faustus

A Digital Anthology of Early Modern English Drama
Ferris, Edward Edward Ferris Maister Ferrers

Dramatist

Luminarium
William Gager

Latin playwright and poet.

Oxford Index
Getulicus Cornelius Lentulus Gaetulicus

Consul and legate of Upper Germany

Oxford Reference
Emperor Gratian Flavius Augustus Gratianus Emperor

Roman Emperor

Oxford Reference
Haddon, Gualtert Walter

Created docter of laws at Cambridge in 1549, eminent light in reformation under King Edward.

Luminarium
Gabriel Harvey

Noted for his tenacious participation in literary feuds, he engaged Thomas Nashe in a long-running pamphlet war.

Oxford Handbooks
Prince Hector Prince

Hector, Prince of Troy, was Troy's greatest warrior; his story is told in Homer's Iliad

Perseus
Helen Helen of Troy Helen

The Trojan War was fought over her.

Oxford Reference
King Henry VII Henry VII Henrie Tudor King

Henry VIII reigned England from 1509-1547

Oxford Reference
Hesiod

 Often called the “father of Greek didactic poetry”,  lived in the village of Ascra in Boeotia and won a tripod in a bardic competition at the funeral games of King Amphidamas.

Oxford Bibliographies
Heywood, John John Heywood

Playwright and epigrammatist

Oxford Reference
Hipponax Hipponax poet

poet of Ephesus and Clazamonae. Composed monologues and songs.

Oxford Reference
Homer Homer poet

Author of The Iliad and The Odyssey.

Perseus
Earl Howard, Henry Henry Howard Henrie Earl

Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, 1601-06; Archbishop of Canterbury, 1611-33.

Oxford Reference
Peele, George George Peele

An english translator, dramatist, and poet.

Luminarium
Sidney, Frances Frances Sidney Francis Sydney Countess

She served as a lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth before her father arranged for her to marry Philip Sidney.

Spartacus Educational
Greene, Robert Robert Greene

English dramatist and writer

ODNB
Heywood, Thomas Thomas Heywood

Actor-playwright

ODNB
Kyd, Thomas Thomas Kyd

Dramatist

ODNB
Persius Persius

Roman satirist; author of 6 satires.

Oxford Reference
Petrarch, Francesco Francesco Petrarch

Italaian poet, crowned Poet Laureate.

Oxford Reference
Phaer, Thomas Thomas Phaer

Constable, forester, crown searcher, crown solicitor, council in the Marches of Wales.

The History of Parliament
Cous, Philetas Philitas of Cos Philetas de Cos Philetas Cous

Greek poet and scholar born in Cos which is now the Aegean Islands in Greece. He has been accredited with influencing the Hellenistic school of poetry and Latin poetry. Only fragments of his work have survived. His poem Demeter was especially highly esteemed.

Oxford Reference
King Phillip II Phillip II

Father of Alexander the Great. Successful, militaristic King and Commander.

ODNB
Philo Judaeus Philo Philo of Alexandria

Helped develop the theological foundation for Christianity.

ODNB
Piers Plowman Piers Piers Ploughman

A spiritual model for the character, Will, in an alliterative poem from the late fourteenth century, "The Vision of Piers Plowman."

THEOI
Pigres Pigres of Halicarnassus

Early Greek poet. Introduced iambic parameter.

ODNB
Licinius, Porcius Porcius Licinius

Roman emperor, was exhiled and executed

ODNB
Priscus of Panium Priscus Priscus of Panium

Roman diplomat and greek historian

ODNB
Propertius Propertius

Wrote four books of elegies

ODNB
Quintianus Stoa Quitianus Stoa Giovanni Francesco Conti

Went by the name of Quintanius Stoa, and wrotes plays in the early 1500s.

ODNB
Cornisicius, Quintus Quintus Cornisicius Quintus Corniſicius

General, orator, poet

ODNB
Ennius, Quintus Quintus Ennius

Epic poet, dramatist, and satirist, the most influential of the early Latin poets, rightly called the founder of Roman literature.

ODNB
Lutatius, Quintus Catulus Quintus Catulus Lutatius

Roman politican that led the conservative faction of the senate

ODNB
Stanyhurst, Richard Richard Stanyhurst Stanihurst

Irish alchemist, translator, poet, and historian

ODNB
Pope Romanus Romanus Pope

Pope Romanus was the Pope after the death of Pope Steven the 6th. He served from August to November 897 when he died. .

ODNB
Shakespeare, William William Shakespeare

English poet, playwright, and actor

ODNB