Camden, William (15511623)

Camden, William, a learned English antiquary, the first and most famous born in London; second master, and eventually head-master in Westminster School, during which time he gave proof of his antiquarian knowledge, which led to his appointment as Clarencieux king-at-arms; author of “Britannia,” a historical and topographical account of the British Isles, his most widely known work, and “Annals of Elizabeth's Reign,” both, as all the rest of his works, written in Latin; he has been surnamed the Strabo and the Pausanias of England (15511623).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Camden, Charles Pratt, first Earl of * Camelot
Cambridge, first Duke of
Cambridge, second Duke of
Cambridge University
Cambridgeshire
Cambronne
Cambus`can
Camby`ses
Cambyses, King
Camden
Camden, Charles Pratt, first Earl of
Camden, William
Camelot
Camenæ
Cameo
Camera Lucida
Camera Obscura
Camerarius
Cameron, John
Cameron, Richard
Cameron, Verney Lovett
Cameronians