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The Stukeley Plays

"The Battle of Alcazar" by George Peele and "The Famous History of the Life and Death of Captain Thomas Stukeley" (Revels Plays Companions Library)

by Charles Edelman

  • 226 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Manchester University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drama texts: 16th to 18th centuries,
  • Stucley, Thomas,,
  • English drama,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Performing Arts/Dance,
  • Theater - History & Criticism,
  • Performing Arts / Theater / History & Criticism,
  • Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600,
  • 1525?-1578,
  • Drama

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7840207M
    ISBN 100719062349
    ISBN 109780719062346

    Dr Stukeley & the Druids. which is better known as being the source of Shakespeare’s history plays, and so the stories were perpetuated. Its interesting that Shakespeare didn’t put Druids onto the stage, A later alternative title page for the proposed book, where the Druids have replaced the Celts, from. 17 Stukeley Street, WC2B 5LT Naomi is an actress, performer and researcher, who has just published the book “The Methuen drama book of suffrage plays” she will be giving a talk and showing slides to accompany the research behind the book. ~ “In May the Women’s Social and Political Union – the Suffragettes – held a very.

    Plays > Ancient & Classical This is a beautifully rendered edition of some of the most entertaining and important works in Western literature. The layout of the book is elegant and easy to read, the footnotes are excellent and unobtrusive, the essays in the back are exceptionally helpful and informative. The briefFile Size: KB. In his book The Quest for Robin Hood, () Jim Lees used Stukeley’s pedigree to connect Robin Hood with Robert de Kyme, a knight who was outlawed in and again in , after the battle of Evesham. 1. Palaeographia Britannica, No. 11, p. Robert Fitzodo. J.R. Planche published his paper, A Ramble with Robin Hood, in

    William Stukeley was born the son of a lawyer at Holbeach in Lincolnshire on the site of Stukeley Hall, a primary school that now bears his name. After taking his M.B. degree at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Stukeley went to London and studied medicine at St Thomas' Hospital. William Stukeley, who had to witness much of this destruction, knew many of the culprits, the most infamous of all being Tom Robinson a housing speculator. It is Stukeley's chronicles and illustrations that are so valuable to-day in giving us an accurate record of what he found at Avebury.


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The Stukeley plays: The Battle of Alcazar' by George Peele and 'The Famous History of the Life and Death of Captain Thomas Stukeley (Revels Plays Companion Library) [Edelman, Charles] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Stukeley plays: The Battle of Alcazar' by George Peele and 'The Famous History of the Life and Death of Captain Thomas Stukeley (Revels Plays 5/5(1).

Sir Thomas Stukeley, the notorious English courtier, pirate, adventurer and soldier, died at the Battle of Alcazar in Morocco inwhile serving in the The Stukeley Plays book of King Sebastian of Portugal. This volume comprises the first modern-spelling, annotated edition of two plays in which he is a major Author: Charles Edelman.

William Stukeley FRS FSA (7 November – 3 March ) was an English antiquarian, physician, and Anglican clergyman. A significant influence on the later development of archaeology, he pioneered the scholarly investigation of the prehistoric monuments of Stonehenge and Avebury in published over twenty books on archaeology and other subjects during his mater: Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.

This volume comprises the first modern-spelling, annotated edition of two plays in which he is a major character: George Peele's 'The Battle of Alcazar' (c), and the anonymous 'Famous History of the Life and Death of Captain Thomas Stukeley' (c).

This volume comprises the first modern-spelling, annotated edition of two plays in which he is a major character: George Peele's 'The Battle of Alcazar' (c) and the anonymous 'Famous History of the Life and Death of Captain Thomas Stukeley' (c).Format: Paperback. Great Stukeley is a village miles ( km) north-west of Stukeley is in Huntingdonshire which is a non-metropolitan district of Cambridgeshire as well as a historic county of England.

It lies on the old Roman road of Ermine Street. The East Coast Main Line railway runs near to Great Stukeley and serves the nearby Huntingdon railway y: England.

Get this from a library. The Stukeley plays: the Battle of Alcazar by George Peele ; The famous history of the life and death of Captain Thomas Stukeley.

[Charles Edelman; George Peele;] -- "Sir Thomas Stukeley, the notorious English courtier, pirate, adventurer and soldier, died at the Battle of Alcazar in Morocco inwhile serving in the army of King Sebastian of Portugal.

"Sir Thomas Stukeley, the notorious English courtier, pirate, adventurer and soldier, died at the Battle of Alcazar in Morocco inwhile serving in the army of King Sebastian of Portugal. This volume comprises the first modern-spelling, annotated edition of two plays in which he is a major character: George Peele's The Battle of Alcazar (c) and the anonymous Famous History of the.

Sir Thomas Stukeley, the notorious English courtier, pirate, adventurer and soldier, died at the Battle of Alcazar in Morocco inwhile serving in the army of King Sebastian of Portugal.

This volume comprises the first modern-spelling, annotated edition of two plays in which he is a major character: George Peele's The Battle of Alcazar (c), and the anonymous Famous History of the Cited by: 2.

Stukeley Illustrated is the fantastic book compiled by 3rd Stone magazine editor, Neil Mortimer. The book brings together over black and white engravings from one of the eighteenth century's most remarkable antiquarians, William Stukeley/5(3).

STUKELEY, WILLIAM (–), antiquary, born at Holbeach, Lincolnshire, on 7 Nov.was the son of John Stukeley, an attorney, by his wife Frances, daughter of Robert Bullen of Weston, Lincolnshire.

He was sent in to the free school at Holbeach, and as a boy was fond of retiring into the woods to read and to collect plants. William Stukeley was born at Holbeach in Lincolnshire, and studied medicine at Cambridge University. While still a student he began making topographical and architectural drawings as well as.

the classroom setting. This text is also versatile: primer, reference materials, and coffee table book all in one. Not a book students will sell back at the end of the semester, but one they'll keep for their own bookshelf. Author Eric Grode warmly admits at the outset that the.

The Stukeley Plays: The battle of Alcazar by George Peele, The famous history of the life and death of Captain Thomas Stukeley. Manchester, UK: Manchester Cited by: 2. The Stukeley Plays 'The Battle of Alcazar' by George Peele and 'the Famous History of the Life and Death of Captain Thomas Stukeley.

Sir Thomas Stukeley, the notorious English courtier, pirate, adventurer and soldier, died at the Battle of Alcazar in Morocco inwhile serving in the army of King Sebastian of Portugal.

Kirwan's book rethinks the impact of authorial canons on the treatment of anonymous and disputed plays. Reviews 'In this smart and timely book, Kirwan returns Shakespeare’s apocryphal plays to their original habitat, namely, the repertory of a commercial playing company; thus relocated, the plays may be appraised as they were in their own Cited by: 5.

Wednesday 26th February at pm - pm Stukeley Meadows Primary School. Book appointments via ParentMail from Monday View All Events. This video is about history of the William Stukeley 7 of November Podcast.

An account of Richard of Cirencester, monk of Westminster, and of his works: with his antient map of Roman Brittain. read at the Antiquarian Society, Ma By William Stukeley. by Stukeley, William and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at First published in This edition re-issues the second edition of Recognized as one of the leading books in its field, The English History Play in the Age of Shakespeare presents the most comprehensive account available of the English historical drama from its beginning to the closing of the theatres in and relates this development to Renaissance historiography and Elizabethan.

This is the Folger’s second copy of the quarto of the anonymous Famous History of the Life and Death of Captain Thomas Stukeley (STC ). The volume used to belong to William Stukeley (), an antiquarian and (distant) relative of the play’s eponymous hero, and he annotated it extensively, probably in the s.William Stukeley, (born Nov.

7,Holbeach, Lincolnshire, Eng.—died March 3,London), English antiquary and physician whose studies of the monumental Neolithic Period–Bronze Age stone circles at Stonehenge and Avebury, Wiltshire, led him to elaborate extravagant theories relating them to the Druids (ancient Celtic priest-magicians).).

These views were widely and enthusiastically.Drama of the English Republic, 60 Janet Clare xiv + Manchester and New York (The Revels Plays Companion Library) Manchester University Press £ 0 0 By Janet : William Proctor Williams.