Earliest Elizabethan map of London found

Earliest Elizabethan map of Lo...

One of the earliest known maps of Elizabethan London during the time of ‘Shakespeare’ has been found during a house clearance. Printed in 1572, it shows two ‘bear bayting’ theatres on the south bank of the Thames, close to today’s Globe Theatre. See full article in the Daily Mail HERE. The....
Elizabethan Gold Ring sells for £46,000

Elizabethan Gold Ring sells fo...

The ‘Hedingham Castle Estate Elizabethan Gold Ring’, possibly owned by Edward de Vere, was sold by Timeline Auctions for £46,000 in February 2021. The ring was found in December 2018 by a metal detectorist near the River Colne on land owned by the de Vere family from the time of the Norman battle for  Bri....
Prince Philip: A Notable Regal Oxfordian

Prince Philip: A Notable Regal...

The DVS joins the Shakespeare Authorship Coalition and many others in the UK and across the world in mourning the loss of HRH Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh — and draws the attention of members to Prince Philip’s Shakespeare Authorship Doubts as expressed to Sir Stanley Wells and reported in an article in the Dail....
Spring Meeting 2021

Spring Meeting 2021

The DVS Spring Meeting will be held in two parts. Events on both days are open to DVS members only and an invitation to register will be sent to all members three weeks in advance of the events. Day One: HIDDEN AUTHORSHIP MYSTERIES – online via Zoom on Saturday 17 April 2021, from 16:00-18:00 (GMT). […]....