1600 in poetry
Englands Helicon, an anthology of poems
Thomas Morley, "Madrigals"
Thomas Nashe, "Summers Last Will and Testament"
John Dowland, "Second Booke of Songs"
Christopher Marlowe's translation of Lucan's "Pharsalia" (posthumous)
Thomas Weelkes' "Canto"
Thomas Middleton, "The Ghost of Lucrece"
* November 19 -
Charles I of England
* November -
Marin le Roy de Gomberville
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