Tamburlaine the Great who, from a Scythian shepherd, by his rare and wonderful conquests, became a most puissant and mighty monarch and (for his tyranny, and terror in war) was termed the scourge of God

Title

Tamburlaine the Great who, from a Scythian shepherd, by his rare and wonderful conquests, became a most puissant and mighty monarch and (for his tyranny, and terror in war) was termed the scourge of God [Electronic resource] : the two tragical discourses of mighty Tamburlaine, the Sythian shepherd ...

Author

Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593

Availability

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English

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LC keywords

Plays -- England -- 16th century

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Source Description

Not recorded. (First published in 1590.)

Notes

Mode of access: Online. OTA website

Title proper taken from electronic text

This text is Part 1 of Tamburlaine the Great

Modern American spelling

Publication based on this text: A concordance to the works of Christopher Marlowe / by Louis Ule. -- Hildesheim ; New York : Georg Olms Verlag, 1979. -- (The Elizabethan concordance series ; 1). -- Cover title: A concordance to the works of Marlowe. -- "The works of Christopher Marlowe, edited by C.F. Tucker Brooke was selected as the text for this concordance. This text ... is reproduced side-by-side with the modern spelling text used for computer processing"--Intro.

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