This chapter presents Orazio Coquo's testimony to the Venetian Inquisition on his return in August 1577. The testimony constitutes an eyewitness report of Oxford's life in Venice and London in 1576 and early 1577. Orazio reported that Oxford was a great lover of music, and attended churches including the Greek Church — notorious for attracting religious dissidents, with services in Latin (not Greek).
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