probably translated a chorus from Seneca
's Hercules Oetaeus (the manuscript is not in her hand, and it was about the first decade of the seventeenth century that an attribution to her was written...
Queen Elizabeth I
She wrote original poetry all her life, though individual pieces are hard to date. Bradner
, editor of her poems, counts them as six certain and ten doubtful, besides six verse translations.
Elizabeth I, Queen. The Poems of Queen Elizabeth I. Bradner, LeicesterEditor , Brown University Press, 1964.