By L. Hopkins
This new Chronology allows quickly and simple retrieval of the entire significant dates relating Christopher Marlowe's existence and profession. It additionally helpfully offers dates proper to the true humans and ancient occasions dramatized in his performs and to people who acted in, produced them, the dates of booklet of the works which he used as assets, the dates of primary revivals of his works, and the dates at which quite a few key evidence approximately his existence and works have been later rediscovered.
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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. 1415 Council of Constance, after which the heretic John Hus is burned by order of the Emperor Sigismund, who appears in Tamburlaine the Great, Part Two.
Nassi, who became known as ‘The Great Jew’, was ultimately to be made Duke of Naxos, by Sultan Selim II, and the only Jewish duke in Europe. ) Death of Henry VIII and accession of Edward VI. June John Dee, the famous English ‘magician’ whom some have seen as an analogue for Doctor Faustus and who was extensively involved in formulating theories of empire and advising on exploration, visits Gerard Mercator in Louvain (see Crane, 164−5). ) Death of Francis Spira, whose despair of the possibility of his salvation became internationally famous and who is a possible precedent for Marlowe’s conception of Doctor Faustus (see Campbell).
June The Piccolo Siccorso (‘Small Relief Force’), including Sir Edward Stanley, sails from Sicily to the relief of Malta, arriving shortly after the fall of Fort St Elmo. This is probably the same Sir Edward Stanley as the man of that name who was the uncle of Ferdinando Stanley, Lord Strange, to whom Marlowe later said he was ‘very well known’. Marlowe’s account of the part of the siege at which Sir Edward was present seems to come closer to the truth than that of the earlier part to which he was not a witness (see Hopkins, Christopher Marlowe, 97−9).
A Christopher Marlowe Chronology (Author Chronologies) by L. Hopkins