Person:Margaret More (1)

Margaret More
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Name[1][2] Margaret More
Alt Name[2] Meg
Gender Female
Birth[2] 1505
Death[1][2] 1544
Reference Number? Q517791?
Burial[2] Chelsea, Middlesex, England

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Margaret Roper (1505–1544) was an English writer and translator. Roper, the eldest daughter of Sir Thomas More, is considered as one of the most learned women of sixteenth-century England. She is celebrated for her filial piety and scholastic acquirements. Roper's most known publication is a Latin-to-English translation of Erasmus' Precatio Dominica as A Devout Treatise upon the Paternoster.[1] In addition, she wrote many Latin epistles and English letters, as well as an original treatise entitled The Four Last Things. She also translated the Ecclesiastical History of Eusebius from the Greek into the Latin language.

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  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Stephen, Leslie, ed, and Sidney, ed Lee. Dictionary of National Biography. (London: Smith, Elder, 1885-1900), 49:448.