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Richard Johnson

(1573—1659)


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(1573–?1659),

the author of The Most Famous History of the Seaven Champions of Christendome (1596–7), a widely read romance of chivalric legend, which influenced Spenser, and, among other works, The Nine Worthies of London (1592).

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