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== Wyatt: Whoso list to hunt ==
Paullo postea, anno fortasse 1526 vel 1527, [[Thomas Wyatt]] carmen Petrarchianum [[Anglice]] recreavit (incipit "Whoso list to hunt"). Ab omnibus fere intellegitur "Caesarem" huius poëmatis regem [[Henricus VIII (rex Angliae)|Henricum VIII]] esse, "cervam" [[Anna Bolena|Annam Bolenam]] olim fortasse amicam ipsius Wyatt, sed iam regis uxorem. Poëta verba in collare cervae inscripta ita partim Latine, partim Anglice citat:
::''Noli me tangere, for Caesar's I am,<br />
::''And wild for to hold, though I seem tame.''<ref>Orthographia antiqua: "Noli me tangere, for Cesars I ame, And wylde for to hold, though I seme tame." Muir (1963) p. 19</ref>