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Sir John Denham (1615–1669)

Denham, Sir John. An English poet; born in Dublin in 1615; died in London, March 15?, 1669. He figured at the court of Charles II., translated the ‘Æneid,’ produced the tragedy of ‘The Sophy’ (1642), and in ‘Cooper’s Hill’ (1642) rose above mediocrity.