Anthony Bacon (1558–1601)

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Anthony Bacon (1558–1601) was a member of the powerful English Bacon family and was a spy during the Elizabethan era.wikipedia
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Francis Bacon

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He was Francis Bacon's brother.
He went up to Trinity College at the University of Cambridge on 5 April 1573 at the age of 12, living for three years there, together with his older brother Anthony Bacon under the personal tutelage of Dr John Whitgift, future Archbishop of Canterbury.

Anne Bacon

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His mother, Anne, was the daughter of noted humanist Anthony Cooke.
Anne was passionate about her religion, which can be seen in the letters she wrote to her sons, Anthony Bacon and Sir Francis Bacon.

John Whitgift

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In April 1573, the Bacon brothers enrolled in Trinity College, Cambridge, where they lived in the household of the Master of Trinity College, John Whitgift.
Whitgift taught Francis Bacon and his elder brother Anthony Bacon at Cambridge University in the 1570s.

Nicholas Bacon (Lord Keeper)

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Anthony Bacon was born in 1558, the same year that his father, Sir Nicholas Bacon, was appointed Lord Keeper of the Great Seal by Elizabeth I of England.

Anthony Cooke

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His mother, Anne, was the daughter of noted humanist Anthony Cooke.

Antonio Pérez (statesman)

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In 1593, Bacon paid for his friend Antonio Pérez to come to England.
In 1593 he arrived in England as a guest of Anthony Bacon and he was admired by the Essex circle for his knowledge of Tacitism.

Wallingford (UK Parliament constituency)

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In 1593 Bacon was also elected member of Parliament for Wallingford, Berkshire.

St Olave's Church, Hart Street

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He is buried at St Olave Hart Street.

Kingdom of England

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Anthony Bacon (1558–1601) was a member of the powerful English Bacon family and was a spy during the Elizabethan era.

Espionage

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Anthony Bacon (1558–1601) was a member of the powerful English Bacon family and was a spy during the Elizabethan era.

Elizabethan era

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Anthony Bacon (1558–1601) was a member of the powerful English Bacon family and was a spy during the Elizabethan era.

Lord Keeper of the Great Seal

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Anthony Bacon was born in 1558, the same year that his father, Sir Nicholas Bacon, was appointed Lord Keeper of the Great Seal by Elizabeth I of England.

Elizabeth I of England

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Anthony Bacon was born in 1558, the same year that his father, Sir Nicholas Bacon, was appointed Lord Keeper of the Great Seal by Elizabeth I of England.

Renaissance humanism

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His mother, Anne, was the daughter of noted humanist Anthony Cooke.

William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley

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His mother's sister was married to William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, making Burghley Anthony Bacon's uncle.

York House, Strand

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Anthony and his brother spent their early years at York House in the Strand, London.

Strand, London

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Anthony and his brother spent their early years at York House in the Strand, London.

French language

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Their mother (who was one of the most educated women of her day, speaking French, Latin, Greek, Spanish, Hebrew and Italian) oversaw their early education.

Latin

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Their mother (who was one of the most educated women of her day, speaking French, Latin, Greek, Spanish, Hebrew and Italian) oversaw their early education.

Ancient Greek

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Their mother (who was one of the most educated women of her day, speaking French, Latin, Greek, Spanish, Hebrew and Italian) oversaw their early education.

Spanish language

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Their mother (who was one of the most educated women of her day, speaking French, Latin, Greek, Spanish, Hebrew and Italian) oversaw their early education.

Hebrew language

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Their mother (who was one of the most educated women of her day, speaking French, Latin, Greek, Spanish, Hebrew and Italian) oversaw their early education.

Italian language

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Their mother (who was one of the most educated women of her day, speaking French, Latin, Greek, Spanish, Hebrew and Italian) oversaw their early education.

Trinity College, Cambridge

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In April 1573, the Bacon brothers enrolled in Trinity College, Cambridge, where they lived in the household of the Master of Trinity College, John Whitgift.