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Anon. (1565)

NB. Harbage lists "A Mask of Satyrs and Tilters" as a single masque in 1565; Wiggins distinguishes between two separate masques (#398 and #399) and further notes that the 'tilters' were actually gentlemen who had been in a foot tourney prior to the performance.

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