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Tamburlaine the great : Who, from a Scythian shepheard, by his rare and wonderfull conquestes, became a most puissant and mightie monarch: and (for his tyrannie, and terrour in warre) was tearmed, the scourge of God. The first part of the two tragicall discourses, as they were sundrie times most stately shewed vpon stages in the citie of London. By the right honorable the Lord Admirall, his seruauntes. Preview this item
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Tamburlaine the great : Who, from a Scythian shepheard, by his rare and wonderfull conquestes, became a most puissant and mightie monarch: and (for his tyrannie, and terrour in warre) was tearmed, the scourge of God. The first part of the two tragicall discourses, as they were sundrie times most stately shewed vpon stages in the citie of London. By the right honorable the Lord Admirall, his seruauntes.

Author: Christopher Marlowe
Publisher: [London] : Printed by [R. Robinson for] Richard Iones, dwelling at the signe of the Rose and Crowne neere Holborne Bridge, 1593.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Named Person: Timur; Timur
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Marlowe
OCLC Number: 606482471
Description: 1 online resource ([144] pages)

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