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" not -Eneas, be thou call'd; The King of Carthage, not Anchises' son. Hold; take these jewels at thy lover's hand, These golden bracelets, and this wedding ring, Wherewith my husband woo'd me yet a maid, And be thou king of Lybia by my gift. {exeunt to... "
Old English Drama: A Selection of Plays from the Old English Dramatists - Sivu 38
1825
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Dido, Queen of Carthage: A Tragedy

Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Nash - 1825 - 63 sivua
...lap : Stout love, in mine arms make thy Italy, Whose crown and kingdom rest at thy command: Sichseus, not ^Eneas, be thou call'd; The King of Carthage,...to the cave. ACT IV. SCENE I. Enter ACHATES, CUPID as Ascanius, [AREAS, and ANNA. Acha. Did ever men see such a sudden storm ? Or day so clear, so suddenly...

The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Niteet 1–3

Christopher Marlowe - 1826
...Stout love! in mine arms make thy Italy, Whose crown and kingdom rest at thy command: •Sichffius, not ^Eneas, be thou call'd; The King of Carthage,...king of Lybia by my gift. [Exeunt to the Cave. ACT THE FOURTH. SCENE I. Enter ACHATES, CUPID as ASCANIUS, IARBAS, and ANNA. ACHA. Did ever men see such...

The Works of Christopher Marlowe: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1876 - 407 sivua
...love, in mine arms make thy Italy, Whose crown and kingdom rests at thy command : Sichecun, not Janeas, be thou call'd ; The king of Carthage, not Anchises'...son : Hold, take these jewels at thy lover's hand, [Qwiny jewU, <tc. These golden bracelete, and this wedding-ring, Wherewith my husband woo'd me yet...

Women in Power in the Early Modern Drama

Theodora A. Jankowski - 1992 - 237 sivua
...make thy Italy, Whose crown and kingdom rests at thy command. Sichaeus, not Aeneas be thou called, The King of Carthage, not Anchises son. Hold. Take...bracelets, and this wedding ring Wherewith my husband wooed me yet a maid, And be thou King of Libya by my gift. (3.4.56-63) These courtship scenes present...
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The Irony of Identity: Self and Imagination in the Drama of Christopher Marlowe

Ian McAdam - 1999 - 283 sivua
...their love in the cave, she again reverts to this fantasy of her first husband: Sichaeus, not Aeneas, be thou call'd; The King of Carthage, not Anchises'...thy lover's hand, These golden bracelets, and this wedding-ring, Wherewith my husband woo'd me yet a maid. (3.4.58-62) But now it is Dido doing the wooing;...
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Marlovian Tragedy: The Play of Dilation

Troni Y. Grande - 1999 - 221 sivua
...Aeneas garments and jewellery from her late husband Sicheus: Hold, take these Jewels at thy Lovers hand, These golden bracelets, and this wedding ring, Wherewith my husband woo'd me yet a maide.... (3.4.61-64) Dido also recalls Jupiter's bribery of Ganimed when she baits Aeneas, "He repaire...
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The Plays

Christopher Marlowe - 2000 - 546 sivua
...these jewels at thy lover's hand, [giving jewels, etc. These golden bracelets, and this wedding-ring, Wherewith my husband woo'd me yet a maid, And be thou king of Libya by my gift. [exeunt to the cave ACT FOUR SCENE I Enter ACHATES, CUPm as Ascanius, IARBAS and...
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