There is none.
Surviving registration rolls.
Letters from fellow pupils at the school.
An official letter to Shakespeare's father allowing William to attend.
A sack of wool or grain.
A quill and paper.
One of his sonnets.
His many meetings with other actors and writers are discussed, including many that took place at the Mermaid Tavern.
His wife and children are mentioned.
His birth date and date of death are mentioned.
None of the above.
The town of Stratford threw a festival where several of Shakespeare's plays were performed.
The poet Ben Jonson issued a moving tribute to Shakespeare that was widely circulated in London.
King James I issued a proclamation praising Shakespeare.
There was no public mention of his death.
His second best bed.
His best bed.
His letters and manuscripts.
His house, belongings, and money.
In the Poet's Corner of Westminster Abbey, where his famous contemporary Ben Jonson was also later buried.
In a mausoleum in Stratford center square.
Next to the Globe Theatre in London, at a site long since lost.
In an unmarked grave in Stratford Trinity Church.