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Ralegh and the call to arms
Andrew Hiscock

… It hath a kinde of beast called Cama, or Anta, as bigge as an English beefe, and in greate plenty.68 Such Golden Age geographies were made available in the Discouerie and would continue to figure in English colonial publications for generations because Elizabeth and her successors were unwilling to bankroll in a sustained manner any initiatives regarding the founding of an Atlantic empire.69 Moreover, butchery and slaughter were recurring features of the Elizabethan participation in European politics, whether it was in Ireland, in the Low Countries, or in the

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