Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? An Illustrated Flowchart — Good Tickle Brain: A Mostly Shakespeare Webcomic

Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? An Illustrated Flowchart

The Game of Shakespeare's Life! — Good Tickle Brain: A Mostly Shakespeare Webcomic

The Game of Shakespeare's Life!

Continuing our epic journey towards Shakespeare’s death anniversary on Saturday, here is a handy-dandy board game that allows you to relive all the exciting ups and downs of this master.

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Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? By goodticklebrain  HAPPY SHAKESPEARE-ING, EVERYONE! #Infographic #ShakespearesPlays

Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? An Illustrated Flowchart

Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? An Illustrated Flowchart — Good Tickle Brain: A Mostly Shakespeare Webcomic

A painting of all of the plays of William Shakespeare in their approximate locations on a map of Europe.

The plays of William Shakespeare in their approximate locations on a map of Europe. Painting by Jane Tomlinson

In 1842 a death mask was found in a ragpicker’s shop in Darmstadt, Germany, that is 99.9% certain to be that of  William Shakespeare. The mask, bearing the date of 1616 (Shakespeare died on April 23, 1616), features the writer’s high forehead, prominent nose and beard. Engineers at Konica Minolta Europe scanned the death mask with lasers to construct a 3D computer model. After superimposing the model with the death mask, perfect matches were revealed between forehead, eyes & nose.

In 1842 a death mask was found in a ragpicker’s shop in Darmstadt, Germany that is certain to be that of William Shakespeare’s. The mask, bearing the date of 1616 (Shakespeare died on April , features the writer’s high forehead, prominent nose and beard.

This 'Tragedies' £2 coin is one of three UK £2 coins which mark the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare in 2016.

Obverse of one of the three new coins honoring Shakespeare, produced by the Royal Mint (UK).

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