Henryson, Robert

Henryson, Robert, an early Scottish poet, flourished in the 15th century; most of his life was spent as a schoolmaster in Dunfermline; his chief works, which are full of pathos, humour, and a fine descriptive power, include “Testament of Cresseid,” a continuation of Chaucer's tale, “Robene and Makyne,” the earliest Scottish pastoral, a metrical version of some of “Æsop's Fables,” and the story of “Orpheus and Eurydice.”

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

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Henry of Huntingdon
Henry the Navigator
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Henry, Patrick
Henryson, Robert
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Heptarchy, Anglo-Saxon
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Heracles
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Heraclitus
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