The Resource The true tragedy of Herod and Antipater : with the death of faire Marriam, according to Iosephus the learned and famous Iew : as it hathe beene diuers times publiquely acted (with great applause) at the Red Bull by the Company of His Maiesties Revels, written by Gervase Markham, and William Sampson Gentlemen

The true tragedy of Herod and Antipater : with the death of faire Marriam, according to Iosephus the learned and famous Iew : as it hathe beene diuers times publiquely acted (with great applause) at the Red Bull by the Company of His Maiesties Revels, written by Gervase Markham, and William Sampson Gentlemen

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The true tragedy of Herod and Antipater : with the death of faire Marriam, according to Iosephus the learned and famous Iew : as it hathe beene diuers times publiquely acted (with great applause) at the Red Bull by the Company of His Maiesties Revels
Title
The true tragedy of Herod and Antipater
Title remainder
with the death of faire Marriam, according to Iosephus the learned and famous Iew : as it hathe beene diuers times publiquely acted (with great applause) at the Red Bull by the Company of His Maiesties Revels
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written by Gervase Markham, and William Sampson Gentlemen
Title variation
Herod and Antipater
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Language
eng
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  • Cataloged
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BRL
Citation location within source
  • 17402
  • S114043
Citation source
  • STC (2nd ed.)
  • ESTC
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  • Shakespeare Collection (Collection of Distinction)
  • Early English playbooks, 1594-1799 (Boston Public Library)
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1568?-1637
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Markham, Gervase
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no index present
Literary form
dramas
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • 1590?-1636
  • -1624
  • active 1622-1642
  • 1820-1889
  • 1803-1869
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  • Sampson, William
  • Eld, George
  • Rhodes, Matthew
  • Batten, David
  • Halliwell-Phillipps, J. O.
  • Barton, Thomas Pennant
  • S. Leigh Sotheby & John Wilkinson (Firm)
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Herod
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The true tragedy of Herod and Antipater : with the death of faire Marriam, according to Iosephus the learned and famous Iew : as it hathe beene diuers times publiquely acted (with great applause) at the Red Bull by the Company of His Maiesties Revels, written by Gervase Markham, and William Sampson Gentlemen
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  • The names of Markham and Sampson are bracketed together on the title page
  • Includes untitled songs without music
  • With an author's epistle dedicatory signed "William Sampson." A variant (STC 17401) has instead an epistle signed "Math: Rhodes"
Extent
1 online resource ([84] pages)
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy halfbound in brown calfskin and marbled papers. Auctioneer's description from the Halliwell sale of May 21, 1857 laid on to the front pastedown. Armorial bookplate of the Barton Library. Binder's ticket of David Batten on rear pastedown. Early inscription on L3 verso. L4 mended.
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remote
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The true tragedy of Herod and Antipater : with the death of faire Marriam, according to Iosephus the learned and famous Iew : as it hathe beene diuers times publiquely acted (with great applause) at the Red Bull by the Company of His Maiesties Revels, written by Gervase Markham, and William Sampson Gentlemen
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Publication
Note
  • The names of Markham and Sampson are bracketed together on the title page
  • Includes untitled songs without music
  • With an author's epistle dedicatory signed "William Sampson." A variant (STC 17401) has instead an epistle signed "Math: Rhodes"
Extent
1 online resource ([84] pages)
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy halfbound in brown calfskin and marbled papers. Auctioneer's description from the Halliwell sale of May 21, 1857 laid on to the front pastedown. Armorial bookplate of the Barton Library. Binder's ticket of David Batten on rear pastedown. Early inscription on L3 verso. L4 mended.
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