|Died||c. 1610 (aged c. 50)|
|Years active||c. 1600|
John Bodenham (c. 1559 – 1610), anthologist, was the patron of some of the Elizabethan poetry anthologies.
Mr. Bullen says that Bodenham did not himself edit any of the Elizabethan miscellanies attributed to him by bibliographers: but that he projected their publication, and he befriended the editors.
- Politeuphuia (Wits' Commonwealth) (1597),
- Wits' Theater (1598),
- Belvidere, or the Garden of the Muses (1600),
- England's Helicon (1600). 
- Marotti, Arthur F. (2004). "Bodenham , John (c.1559–1610)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press.
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