The alleged lack of such indications led experts to conclude that a Shakespeare authorship issue did not and does not exist. But traces could not be found a) as long as experts were only looking for texts related to a man named Shake-speare and b) as long as experts showed no readyness for -->reasonable doubt about the identity of William Shakespeare (Stratford).
Jonson had given the solemn promise to the hidden poet of "so good a fame" (Marlowe / alias Shakespeare) to never identify him and to conceal his name (s.Epigramm LXXVII "To One that desired me not to name him").
If you decipher Epigram 77 as well as the 34 lines of Epigram115 (Click below!) on "Londons honest Man" you will get an enlarged idea of the hidden true author ("of so good a fame") who wrote under a multiplicity of pseudonyms incl. Shake-speare.- (Read also subsequent Blog 263).-
Both epigrams support the idea of a (surviving) famous rival poet of Ben Jonson, which he promised not to conceal, who was more famous than himselfe , who had so many names but was only one, a namelesse one! (I name him not aloud,that boast so good a fame:naming so many, too! But, this is one, suffers no name...) :Surviving concealed Incognito, Marlowe alias Shakespeare, alias so many [pseudo]names