Play of Nebuchadnezzar
NB. Harbage assigns this play to 1564 (he calls it "Holofernes"), but Wiggins (359) points out that the extant cast list includes Thomas Watson (d. 31 March 1563). The LPD also follows Wiggins in referring to this play by the likely protagonist rather than by the name of his general.
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