15351607, Jul 12
an English playwright, prominently known for his play Richardus Tertius, which is considered to be the first history play written in England. He attended Trinity College, where he received a B.A. in 1556. He then went on to attend Oxford in 1566, where he received his master's degree. In 1568 Legge became a member of the faculty at Jesus College, Cambridge, where he was known to be an active tutor and a proponent of the old way of thinking in religious matters.
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