Sir Thomas Wyatt the poet did not rebel. His son, Thomas the younger, did. He was opposed to Mary's marriage to Philip of. Originally, several influential lords were with him, but they left him out to dry. He was beheaded, leaving several children. One of his descendents was the Governor of : Sir Francis Wyatt.
Thomas Wyatt has written: 'Selected Poems' 'Poetical Works of Sir Thomas Wyatt (Select Bibliographies Ser)' 'Collected poems' 'Collected poems of Sir Thomas Wyatt' 'A manual of conchology' -- subject(s): Mollusks
Sir Thomas Wyatt was a 16th-century English lyrical poet credited with introducing the sonnet into English.
because he made a plot to overthrow Mary Queen of Scotts; this was because Mary was Catholic and Thomas Wyatt wanted a protestand ruler.
Sir Thomas More wrote Utopia. Sir Thomas Malory wrote The Morte D'Arthur. Sir Thomas Wyatt wrote "They flee from me that sometime do me seek" and other poems. Sir Thomas Browne wrote Religio Medici. Sir Thomas Littleton wrote On Tenures. Sir Thomas Crapper wrote nothing but thank heaven for him.
Thomas WyattSir Thomas Wyatt (1503 - 1542) introduced the Italian sonnet into English poetry
Sir Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard Kidd
Sir Philip Sydney and Thomas Wyatt.
The Renaissance was from 1485 to 1603 and some of the famous writers were Sir Thomas Moore, Henry VIII, Sir Thomas Wyatt to name 3.
"The Long Love that in my Thought doth Harbour," is a poem written by Sir Thomas Wyatt. Wyatt was an English poet during the Renaissance.
Thomas Wyatt Turner died in 1978.
Thomas Wyatt Turner was born on 1877-03-16.
Thomas Wyatt - poet - was born in 1503.
Thomas Wyatt - poet - died in 1542.
is the sonnet fickle, fun-loving, old fashion or materialistic?
it is a love sonnet.wyatt was the first englishman to bring the Italian sonnet to England.
The first sonnets were created by writers Sir Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard. The sonnet became popular in the 13th century.
Thomas Russell - rebel - was born in 1767.
Thomas Russell - rebel - died in 1803.
Thomas Eugene Wyatt has written: 'Chilton County and her people' -- subject(s): Biography, History
Sir thomas dale was an english naveal commander who died in august of 1619. Sir thomas dale was knighted by king james to become sir thomas dale of surry.
Sir Thomas Millington was born in 1628.
Sir Thomas Millington died in 1704.