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Hol·in·shed

 (hŏl′ən-shĕd′, -ĭnz-hĕd′) or Hol·lings·head (-ĭngz-hĕd′), Raphael Died c. 1580.
English historian. His volume Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1577) was used extensively by Shakespeare as well as other Elizabethan dramatists as a source of historical information.

Hol·lings·head

 (hŏl′ĭngz-hĕd′), Raphael
See Raphael Holinshed.

Hol•lings•head

(ˈhɒl ɪŋzˌhɛd)

n.
Raphael, Holinshed.
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