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Historical Records

Performance Records (Henslowe's "diary")


Fol. 7 (Greg I, 13)

Res at matchavell the 2 of marche 1591 ………………. xiiijs
Res at matchevell the 3 of aprell 1591 ………………. xxijs

Fol. 7 v (Greg I, 14)

Res at matchevell the 2[0]9 of maye 1592 .................................... xxvjs



Theatrical Provenance


Lord Strange's men offered "Machiavel" in the second week of their run at the Rose (as recorded by Philip Henslowe). Its prior provenance is unknown.


Probable Genre(s)


Foreign History (?), Harbage


Possible Narrative and Dramatic Sources or Analogues

References to the Play

Critical Commentary

For What It's Worth

Works Cited



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