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Admitting his discovery could be pure coincidence, Steven Gunn of the university’s Faculty of History said he had unearthed records of the death of a Jane Shaxspere some 20 miles from Stratford-Upon-Avon, where Shakespeare was raised.    She fell into a mill pond and drowned while picking flowers, called "yelowe boddles," or corn marigolds

Admitting his discovery could be pure coincidence, Steven Gunn of the university’s Faculty of History said he had unearthed records of the death of a Jane Shaxspere some 20 miles from Stratford-Upon-Avon, where Shakespeare was raised. She fell into a mill pond and drowned while picking flowers, called "yelowe boddles," or corn marigolds

Lamie, 1909, Huile sur toile, Collection particulière, avec l'aimable concours de Christie's

Lamie, 1909, Huile sur toile, Collection particulière, avec l'aimable concours de Christie's

Hylas and the Nymphs John William Waterhouse 1896

Hylas and the Nymphs John William Waterhouse 1896

John William Waterhouse: The Lady of Shalott Looking at Lancelot 1894  Oil on canvas. Leeds City Art Gallery - Leeds, England  Actual Size (W x H): 86cm x 142cm = 33.88" x 55.95"

John William Waterhouse: The Lady of Shalott Looking at Lancelot 1894 Oil on canvas. Leeds City Art Gallery - Leeds, England Actual Size (W x H): 86cm x 142cm = 33.88" x 55.95"

John William Waterhouse: La Belle Dame Sans Merci - 1893

John William Waterhouse: La Belle Dame Sans Merci - 1893

Circe - yes I know she is "outwitted" by Odysseus in the story - but I think she is a fantastic and strong character who shows the crew for the fools and swine they are inside...

Circe - yes I know she is "outwitted" by Odysseus in the story - but I think she is a fantastic and strong character who shows the crew for the fools and swine they are inside...

John William Waterhouse | Psyche Opening the Golden Box

John William Waterhouse | Psyche Opening the Golden Box

The Crystal Ball by John William Waterhouse

The Crystal Ball by John William Waterhouse

Hylas and the nymphs (detail) John William Waterhouse

Hylas and the nymphs (detail) John William Waterhouse

The Siren by John William Waterhouse ‘in a utilitarian age, of all other times, it is a matter of grave importance that fairy tales should be respected.’ -Charles Dickens

The Siren by John William Waterhouse ‘in a utilitarian age, of all other times, it is a matter of grave importance that fairy tales should be respected.’ -Charles Dickens