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  • |themes=Civil war ...ged) a three-part serial on that same civil war (parts 1, 2, and 3 of "The Civil Wars of France') during the winter of 1598-99. The company also still had C
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  • |themes=Civil war '''"Civil Wars of France," part 1'''
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  • ...Twelve Caesars'', Cassius Dio's ''Roman History'' and Caesar's own ''Civil War''. However, it is impossible to determine which source (or sources) may hav
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  • | [[Dekker, Thomas]]||[[First Introduction of the Civil Wars of France, The]]||[[Admiral’s]] | [[Heywood, Thomas]]||[[War without Blows and Love without Suit (or Strife)]]||[[Admiral’s]]
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  • ...Twelve Caesars'', Cassius Dio's ''Roman History'' and Caesar's own ''Civil War''. However, it is impossible to determine which source (or sources) may hav ...go back to the themes already developed in Thomas Lodge's ''The Wounds of Civil Wars'', this time focusing on far more popular personalities than either Ga
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  • ...these had been fully translated into English by 1580. Caesar's own ''Civil War'' may have also been consulted. <br><br> ...had taken advantage of the fact that the Romans were engaged in the civil war and had managed to conquer a few Roman territories. Caesar attacked and def
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  • ...ts, such as Appian's ''Civil Wars'', Plutarch's ''Lives'', Lucan's ''Civil War'', Suetonius's ''Lives of the Twelve Caesars'', Cassius Dio's ''Roman Histo ...ke the ''Continuation'' and ''Supplementum'' or did it include the ensuing war between Brutus and Cassius on the one side, and Antony and Octavian on the
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  • |themes=Civil war; Henslowe's records
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  • ...ght's ''Comedies'' (1651). Stapleton fought for King Charles in the Civil War, and was knighted by him. When Charles II assumed the throne, Stapleton b
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  • ...and returned to Italy (71 BCE), where he joined the very last phase of the war against Spartacus and managed to share the honour of victory with Marcus Li ...this umpteenth success enabled him to be entrusted with the command of the war against Mithridates VI of Pontus, whom he brilliantly defeated, thereby ann
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  • ...t-indent: -2em">Sanders, Julie. 'Beggars' Commonwealths and the Pre-Civil War Stage: Suckling's "The Goblins," Brome's "A Jovial Crew," and Shirley's "Th
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  • ...ght's ''Comedies'' (1651). Stapylton fought for King Charles in the Civil War, and was knighted by him. When Charles II assumed the throne, Stapylton b
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  • ...unted in the final act of ''Gorboduc'' (1561) resulted in decades of civil war, which were ended by Mulmutius Dunwallo, who reunited Britain and fathered
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  • ...VI’s treasury, which significantly crippled his financial capacity to wage war. In recompense for this, King Edward IV made Montagu the Earl of Northumber ...o be a source for Barnes, the “corrected” version of Samuel Daniel’s ''The Civil Wars Between the Houses of Lancaster and York'' (1609) – which completed
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  • :In the wake of the civil war between Ferrex and Porrex (sons of Gorboduc, a young warrior named Mulmutiu
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