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Puttenham, Georgelocked

(1529–1590/91)
  • Steven W. May

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Puttenham, George (1529–1590/91), writer and literary critic, was the second son of Robert Puttenham of Sherfield upon Lodon, Hampshire, and his wife, Margery, daughter of Sir Richard Elyot and sister of Sir Thomas Elyot. He matriculated from Christ's College, Cambridge, in November 1546, aged seventeen, but took no degree. He was admitted to the ...

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