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Ascham
Ascham As"cham, n. [From Roger Ascham, who was a great lover of archery.] A sort of cupboard, or case, to contain bows and other implements of archery.

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- Roger Ascham (/ˈæskəm/; c. 1515 – 30 December 1568) was an English scholar and didactic writer, famous for his prose style, his promotion of the vernacular...
- Ascham may refer to: Ascham School Anthony Ascham (c. 1614 – 1650), British academic, political theorist, Parliamentarian and diplomat Anthony Ascham...
- Ascham School is an independent, non-denominational, day and boarding school for girls, located in Edgecliff, an Eastern Suburb of Sydney, New South Wales...
- Anthony Ascham (c. 1614 – 27 May 1650) was a British academic, political theorist, Parliamentarian and diplomat. He was probably born on 6 March 1613/1614...
- Margaret Ascham (nee Harleston; c. 1528 – c. 1592), was a sixteenth century English writer. Margaret was the daughter of Sir Clement Harleston. She was...
- an arms-length management organisation, Waltham Forest Housing (formerly Ascham Homes). Waltham Forest was one of four host boroughs in east London for...
- Anthony Ascham (fl. 1553), was an English astrologer. He was born at Kirby Wiske, near Northallerton, Yorkshire, the third son of John Ascham (d. 1544)...
- necessitas ("The mother of invention is necessity") in 1519;[page needed] Roger Ascham said "Necessitie, the inventour of all goodnesse" in 1545.[page needed]...
- which was typical of the time, as harsh. To the visiting scholar Roger Ascham, who found her reading Plato, she is said to have complained: For when I...
- 1548) was an English scholar. A dear friend, pupil and protégé of Roger Ascham's at St John's College, Cambridge, he became tutor to Princess Elizabeth...
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