Aeschylus (c.524 - c.455 BC), was a Greek tragedian. Of his vast body of work (between seventy and ninety plays), only seven have survived until today. These include The Eumenides, The Persians, and Seven Against Thebes.
George Herbert (1593 - 1633), was a poet, orator and Anglican priest. He composed many religious poems, which were published in 1633 in The Temple: Sacred poems and private ejaculations. Some of his faith poems became hymns which survive today. He wrote several pattern poems - such as Easter Wings - in which the form of the words is as important as the words themselves.
George Herbert at Cambridge Authors
The Works of George Herbert
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1812 - 1852), was an English architect and designer, best known for his works in the Gothic Revival style.