By L. Hopkins
This new Chronology makes it possible for quickly and simple retrieval of all of the significant dates touching on Christopher Marlowe's lifestyles and occupation. It additionally helpfully supplies dates suitable to the genuine humans and ancient occasions dramatized in his performs and to those that acted in, produced them, the dates of e-book of the works which he used as resources, the dates of valuable revivals of his works, and the dates at which numerous key evidence approximately his lifestyles and works have been later rediscovered.
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This is roughly the point at which Tamburlaine the Great, Part One ends. ) Death of Timur the Lame. He is buried at Samarkand. This is the point at which Tamburlaine the Great, Part Two ends. 1414 William Morle, fuller, admitted freeman of the city of Canterbury. This is the ﬁrst mention of a Marlowe in the Canterbury records. It used to be thought that this was an ancestor of Marlowe’s, but recent research has shown that Marlowe’s father John in fact came from Ospringe in Kent, and there is no evidence for any previous connection of his family with Canterbury.
1517 The Aldine Press in Venice brings out an edition of Musaeus’ Hero and Leander, accompanied by a Latin translation. This launches the story’s popularity and forms the basis for most subsequent editions during the course of the century. e. Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa (see Baron, 11−39). This is an indication of the notoriety of both men. 1520 Publication of Martin Luther, Open Letter to the Christian Nobility of the German Nation, in which the faith-breaking of Sigismund at Varna is mentioned (see Battenhouse, ‘Protestant Apologetics’).
Constance Kuriyama is conﬁdent that either this or 28 December 1566 is the right date for Margaret’s christening and suggests that the unusually long gap between Margaret’s birth and Christopher’s may be due to his having been breastfed for longer because he was the eldest male (Kuriyama, Christopher Marlowe, 16−17). It is of course also possible that Katherine Marlowe had had a miscarriage between Christopher’s birth and Margaret’s, or had simply not conceived. 32 A Christopher Marlowe Chronology 1567 Publication at London of Arthur Golding’s translation of the complete ﬁfteen books of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, and publication at London of George Turberville’s translation of Ovid’s Heroides.