King James was well known for his wisdom and was referred to as Great Britain's Solomon. Sir Francis Bacon said this of the King in the Epistle Dedicatory of The Great Instauration:"This regeneration and instauration of the sciences is...due to the age of a prince [King James I] surpassing all others in wisdom and learning......resembling Solomon as you do in most respects, in the gravity of your decisions, the peacefulness of your reign, the expansion of your heart, and, lastly, in the noble variety of books you have composed..."
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