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By L. Hopkins

This new Chronology makes it possible for fast and simple retrieval of all of the significant dates bearing on Christopher Marlowe's existence and profession. It additionally helpfully provides dates correct to the true humans and ancient occasions dramatized in his performs and to people who acted in, produced them, the dates of e-book of the works which he used as assets, the dates of primary revivals of his works, and the dates at which a number of key proof approximately his lifestyles and works have been later rediscovered.

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1400 Timur the Lame captures Aleppo and Baghdad. ) Timur the Lame captures Sultan Beyajid I at Angora. 1403 Death of Beyajid I. 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.

Mayne has been condemned by Sir Roger Manwood, on whom Marlowe will later write an epitaph, and sentence has been enforced by Sir Richard Grenville, with whom Hariot will later sail to America. This is the first execution of a seminary priest. On the repercussions of Mayne’s death, see Kendall, Christopher Marlowe, 121−5. ) Sir Francis Drake sets sail for Plymouth, ostensibly for the Mediterranean but in fact for the Americas (see Bawlf). 1578 England and Turkey open formal trade relations. John Marlowe is acting as a sidesman at the church of St Andrew, having moved out of the parish of St George.

Audrey is also referred to as Etheldred in some records, and appears in the records of the parish church at Scadbury as Adrian. ) Canterbury fair held. ) Burial of Marlowe’s elder sister Mary, aged six. This leaves Christopher, aged four, as the elder of the two surviving Marlowe children. ) Michaelmas. Robert Poley, later to be one of the three men present at Marlowe’s death, enters Clare College, Cambridge as a sizar. William Allen begins to gather English Catholics to form at English College at Douai.

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