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Fri Mar 21 17:04:24 2014 UTClccn-n500407930.31The tragedy of Mariam, the fair queen of Jewry her life / by one of her daughters ; edited by Barry Weller and Margaret W. Ferguson0.620.90The tragedy of Mariam, the fair queen of Jewry /106594766n 5004079375983Mariam, ca. 57-ca. 29 B.C.Mariam, reine de Judée, ca 57-ca 29 av. J.-C.Mariamme, consort of Herod I, King of Judea, approximately 57 B.C.-approximately 29 B.C.Mariamme, consort of Herod I, King of Judea, ca. 57-ca. 29 B.C.Mariamne, approximately 57 B.C.-approximately 29 B.C.Mariamne, ca. 57-ca. 29 B.C.Mariamne, consort of Herod I, King of Judea, ca. 57-ca. 29 B.C.Mariamne, the Hasmonaean, approximately 57 B.C.-approximately 29 B.C.Mariamne, the Hasmonaean, ca. 57 -ca. 29 B.C.Marianne, épouse d'Hérode I, roi de Judée, ca 57-ca 29 av. J.-C.Marianne, wife of Herod I, King of Judea, d. 29 B.C.מרים, approximately 57 B.C.-approximately 29 B.C.lccn-n50051417HerodIKing of Judea73 B.C.-4 B.C.lccn-n83180238Cary, ElizabethLady1585 or 1586-1639lccn-n82082293Ferguson, Margaret W.1948-lccn-n88174592Weller, Barrylccn-n82101237Fenton, Elijah1683-1730lccn-n50025657Hebbel, Friedrich1813-1863lccn-n78085429Lagerkvist, Pär1891-1974lccn-n91078290GygesKing of Lydia-approximately 648 B.C.lccn-n50039280Judith(Biblical figure)np-wright, stephanie jWright, Stephanie J.Mariamneconsort of Herod I, King of Judeaapproximately 57 B.C.-approximately 29 B.C.DramaHistoryBiographyFictionCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryMariamne,--consort of Herod I, King of Judea,Herod--I,--King of Judea,EnglandDramatists, English--Early modernWomen and literatureCary, Elizabeth,--Lady,Kings and rulersMiddle East--PalestineQueensJews--Kings and rulersHebbel, Friedrich,Judith--(Biblical figure)Gyges,--King of Lydia,English dramaWomen in the BibleEdward--II,--King of England,English literature--Early modernEnglish literature--Women authorsChristian poetry, English--Early modernRenaissanceLiteratureWomenChristian poetry, English--Women authorsCurts, Paul Holroyd,Christian poetry, EnglishHerod Antipas,--Tetrarch of GalileeDramaFranceEnglish drama (Tragedy)156515931613164816521653165416551657165816611663167316741687169817181723172417251726172817311734173517361737175417591760176817721774177717791781178417881794180318041809181118501863187318771884188818931901190519141917192219281929193119351937193819391940194819501951195719591965196619671968196919721973197419761978198119821984198819891990199219941995199619971999200020032010201120128206109253822.3PR2499.F310241ocn047011297com19940.31Cary, ElizabethThe tragedy of Mariam, the fair queen of Jewry her life / by one of her daughters ; edited by Barry Weller and Margaret W. FergusonHistoryBiographyDrama74818ocn083484667com17230.73Fenton, ElijahMariamne A tragedy. Acted at the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. Written by Mr. FentonDrama6464ocn000443214book19680.31Lagerkvist, PärHerod and MariamneFiction5433ocn026809912book19140.63Cary, ElizabethThe tragedy of Mariam, the fair queen of JewryHistoryBiographyDrama+-+34142557054772ocn045733688com19960.39Cary, ElizabethThe tragedy of Mariam the fair queen of JewryHistoryBiographyDrama+-+463668803632439416ocn012397814book16730.88Pordage, SamuelHerod and Mariamne a tragedy, acted at the Duke's TheatreDrama3821ocn000723964book19740.59Hebbel, FriedrichThree playsDrama3094ocn003316852book19140.79Cary, ElizabethThe tragedy of Mariam. 1613Drama2722ocn031288560book19940.79Cary, ElizabethRenaissance women : the plays of Elizabeth Cary : the poems of Aemilia LanyerPoetryDramaElizabeth Cary was one of the few Renaissance Englishwomen with a publicly acknowledged position as a writer and patron within the discourses of Protestant humanism. Her later conversion to Roman Catholicism, however, cost her this place and, ironically, meant that until recently she was seen solely in terms of her religion. This edition of The Tragedy of Mariam and The History of the Life, Reign and Death of Edward II, together with Aemilia Lanyer's Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum restores these two innovative women writers to literary and cultural history2453ocn004946181book19500.73Hebbel, FriedrichHerod and Mariamne, a tragedy in five actsDrama23510ocn642276470com17230.76The history of Herod and Mariamne collected and compil'd from the best historians, and serving to illustrate the fable of Mr. Fenton's tragedy of that name22217ocn655252534com17230.88Fenton, ElijahMariamne a tragedyDrama2155ocn606785988book20100.90Cary, ElizabethThe tragedy of Mariam, the fair queen of JewryDramaThis student edition contains a newly edited and fully annotated version of the playtext in modern spelling. The introduction includes an account of Elizabeth Cary's life, a detailed analysis of The Tragedy of Mariam, and new information on how the playtext reached the print shop. --Book Jacket+-+412331862520813ocn000602407book16520.86Tristan L'HermiteLa Mariane, tragédieDrama1994ocn083484681com17940.76Fenton, ElijahMariamne A tragedy. By Mr. Fenton. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-bookDrama1822ocn001724528book19380.59Dane, ClemenceHerod and MariamneFictionDrama1533ocn002779186book19050.73Hebbel, FriedrichHerodes und Mariamne; eine tragödie in fünf aktenDrama1512ocn000641336book19720.90Gerlach, U. HenryHebbel as a critic of his own works: "Judith", "Herodes und Mariamne," and "Gyges und sein Ring."Criticism, interpretation, etc1042ocn000039405book19680.73Lagerkvist, PärMariamne: a novelFiction1041ocn043847072book20000.76Cary, ElizabethThe tragedy of Mariam, the fair queen of JewryDrama"First published in 1613, The Tragedy of Mariam, the Fair Queen of Jewry is the first play in English to have been authored by a woman, and it has become increasingly popular in the study of early modern women's writing. The play, which Cary based on the story of Herod and Mariam, turns on a rumour of Herod's death, and it unfolds around the actions taken by the patriarch's family and servants in his absence. In part a critique of male power, the play sets gender politics in sharp relief against a background of dynastic conflict and Roman imperialism."--Jacket+-+6895666006+-+3414255705Fri Mar 21 15:18:56 EDT 2014batch17725