Shakespeare's Will goes on display in Stratford

William Shakespeare’s handwritten will has gone on display in his home town for the first time in 400 years.

Four centuries after the (almost) universally admired bard died, his will, written back in March 1616 will be available for the public to see until August 4th.

Shakespeare’s son-in-law collected the will in June 1616 and took it to get a grant of probate in London, where it remained.

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