Monday, August 17, 2009

Craved Plays Saved in Grave?

Some people suspect that Fulke Greville wrote several works ascribed to William Shakespeare, and that he was buried with the evidence at St. Mary's church in Warwick.

In an echo of the blockbuster book and film, The Da Vinci Code, the search has been prompted by the discovery by an historian of clues in Greville's writings which suggest he had several manuscripts buried there, including a copy of Antony and Cleopatra.

A radar scan of the sarcophagus has already indicated the presence inside of three "box like" shapes. The searchers believe these could contain documents and a further examination is now being proposed which they hope will finally prove the link between Greville and Shakespeare. [Link]

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