Roger Ascham

Standard Name: Ascham, Roger


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Education Mary Basset
Mary Roper (later MB ) was taught as a child to read Greek and Latin. Her mother tried to get Roger Ascham to teach her, but found him unwilling to leave Cambridge University. (He did...
Family and Intimate relationships Lucy Hutton
The couple had two sons, one of whom (named William after his father) was still alive in 1811. The elder William Hutton was a remarkable man, who like his wife expressed in writing his original...
Instructor Queen Elizabeth I
Elizabeth was given a full Renaissance education, latterly under the supervision of her stepmother Katherine Parr . The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, however, insists on the importance in her life of the upper-class...
Occupation Margaret Roper
During these years when MR 's father was becoming more at odds with the king and more bent on living in private like a saint, she dispensed charity on his behalf (in somewhat the manner...


1570: The Scholemaster was published, by Roger...

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The Scholemaster was published, by Roger Ascham , who had been tutor to Princess Elizabeth .


Ascham, Roger. The Scholemaster. Editor Mayor, John E. B., AMS Press, 1967.