Dido Queen of Carthage

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Dido, Queen of Carthage est ludus scaenicus a Christophoro Marlowe (adiuvante Thoma Nashe) post annum fere 1587 doctus, anno 1594 primum editus.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Geckle, George L. Tamburlaine and Edward II: Text and Performance. New Jersey: Humanities Press International, 1988.
Dido, Queen of Carthage : Index personarum
Christophorus Marlowe
Jupiter · Ganymede · Hermes · Cupid

Juno · Venus
Aeneas · Ascanius Aeneae filius · Achates · Ilioneus · Cloanthus · Sergestus · Troiani alii · Iarbas · Domini Carthaginenses

Dido · Anna · Nutrix
Signatura Marlowe
Ludi scaenici: Dido Queen of Carthage  · Tamburlaine  · The Jew of Malta  · Doctor Faustus  · Edward II  · The Massacre at Paris
Carmina et versiones: Lucan's Pharsalia  · Ovid's Amores  · "The Passionate Shepherd to His Love"  · Hero and Leander


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