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Anne of Denmark

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Anne of Denmark, by Crispijn de Passe the Elder, published 1604 - NPG D18125 - © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Anne of Denmark

by Crispijn de Passe the Elder
line engraving, published 1604
5 3/4 in. x 3 7/8 in. (145 mm x 97 mm) paper size
Purchased with help from the Friends of the National Libraries and the Pilgrim Trust, 1966
Reference Collection
NPG D18125


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  • Anne of Denmark (1574-1619), Queen of James I. Sitter associated with 44 portraits.

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Current affairs

James I summons the Hampton Court Conference to ease tensions between Puritans and Anglican bishops. The conference is attended by the Archbishop of Canterbury, John Whitgift, who dies soon afterwards; he is succeeded by Richard Bancroft. Parliament assembles and debates James I's desire for administrative and parliamentary union with Scotland.

Art and science

Robert Peake the Elder is appointed picture maker to Prince Henry. A table Alphabeticall, created by lexicographer and clergyman, Robert Cawdrey, is the first English dictionary to be published. First recorded performance at Whitehall Palace of William Shakespeare's tragedy Othello.

International

James I of England ends the Anglo-Spanish War with Spain after twenty years of intermittent hostilities, resulting in the Treaty of London. A series of conferences are held at Somerset House, London, between members of the Hispano-Flemish delegation and the English commissioners to negotiate the treaty.

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