By L. Hopkins
This new Chronology allows speedy and simple retrieval of the entire significant dates relating Christopher Marlowe's existence and profession. It additionally helpfully supplies dates suitable to the genuine humans and historic occasions dramatized in his performs and to those that acted in, produced them, the dates of book of the works which he used as assets, the dates of valuable revivals of his works, and the dates at which a number of key proof approximately his existence and works have been later rediscovered.
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Probable year of birth of Marlowe’s future brother-in-law John Moore, husband of his sister Joan, or Jane, at Ulcombe in Kent. ) Coronation of Elizabeth I. The date had been selected by the alchemist and astrologer John Dee, who had been consulted to see when would be auspicious. ) Philip II of Spain obtains from Pope Paul IV authorisation for the foundation of the University of Douai, where a number of English Catholics will eventually go. 1560 First Latin translation of Machiavelli’s The Prince published.
Publication of Beautiful Blossoms, gathered by John Bishop, from the best trees of all kinds …, cited by Thomas and Tydeman as a possible source for Tamburlaine (see Thomas and Tydeman, 139). ) Gilbert Gifford, future recusant priest, arrives at Douai. ) Abraham Ortelius, whose map Theatrum Orbis Terrarum Marlowe will use for Tamburlaine, visits John Dee at his home in Mortlake (see Crane, 364). ) Lady Day. Start of the Elizabethan new year. ) Easter Sunday. May Thomas Watson returns from Paris to Douai.
The Muscovy Company is ﬂoated. Richard Wilson argues, in ‘Invisible Bullets’, that the affairs of the Company were an important subtext of Tamburlaine. Publication of Petrus Perondinus, Magni Tamerlanis Scythiarum Imperatoris Vita (‘Life of Tamburlaine the Great, Emperor of Scythia’), a translation of one of the principal sources for Tamburlaine. Gavin Douglas translates the Aeneid into Scottish verse. This is part of the vogue for translations of the classics into the vernacular to which Marlowe will later contribute with his translations of All Ovids Elegies and the ﬁrst book of Lucan’s Pharsalia, and arguably with Dido, Queen of Carthage, since it depends so closely on Virgil’s Aeneid.
A Christopher Marlowe Chronology (Author Chronologies) by L. Hopkins