On this day in history, 25th July 1602, in the reign of King James I, thirteen-year-old Elizabethan actor Salomon Pavy was buried at the Church of St Mary Somerset, near Blackfriars Theatre.
Find out more about Salomon Pavy and how he came to be an actor in this edition of #TudorHistoryShorts from historian Claire Ridgway.
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