By L. Hopkins
This new Chronology deals a distinct and available review of key dates proper to Christopher Marlowe's existence and works, and permits readers to navigate their method during the numerous items of proof for the hotly contested relationship of his performs and poems. seeing that Marlowe's performs frequently specialize in actual historic figures, information in their lives also are incorporated to permit readers to determine what liberties Marlowe has taken in his dramatizations in their lives.
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44 A Christopher Marlowe Chronology 1577 A Thomas Baines of Southwell matriculates at Caius. The coincidence of name and college suggests that this may be Richard Baines’s brother, and that if so, Richard Baines came from Southwell. William Parry, later to be executed for supposedly attempting to assassinate Elizabeth, visits Rome and Siena. Gentillet’s Contre-Machiavel is translated into English by Simon Patericke (though this was not published until 1602). Publication of Pierre de la Primaudauye, French Academy, containing an account of Tamburlaine inﬂuenced by Perondinus.
Publication at Douai of William Allen, Certain Brief Reasons concerning the Catholick Faith. Allen’s activities increase the pressure for English Catholics not to accept the status quo and thus foment the discontent and covert activity which eventually become the principal concern of the government’s intelligence agents. ) Canterbury fair held. For some indication of what this might have been like, see Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair. ) Dido, a version of the Dido story written by Edward Halliwell, formerly Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge, acted before Queen Elizabeth in King’s College Chapel.
The Theatre, probably the ﬁrst purpose-built theatrical venue in England to be used exclusively for plays, is opened in London by James Burbage, a joiner and an amateur player, whose son Richard will eventually become Shakespeare’s leading actor. It is ﬁnanced largely by James’s brother-in-law John Brayne, a grocer, who died before the theatre was completed. Richard Baines, now a member of Caius, receives his MA. ) Lady Day. Start of the Elizabethan new year. Probable date of the baptism of Marlowe’s brother Thomas (the second of his brothers to be so called, and the youngest of the Marlowe children) at St Andrew’s Church, Canterbury.
A Christopher Marlowe Chronology by L. Hopkins