Media Information

 
 
 
Collection:
Folger Shakespeare Library Digital Image Collection
Source Creator:
Garnier, Robert, 1544-1590.
Source Title:
The tragedie of Antonie. Doone into English by the Countesse of Pembroke.
Source Created or Published:
1595
Physical Description:
title page
Source Call Number:
STC 11623
Digital Image File Name:
54964
Digital Image Type:
FSL collection
Hamnet Bib ID:
161010
Hamnet Holdings ID:
153363
HAMNET CATALOG RECORD:
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Creator (Hamnet):
Garnier, Robert, 1544-1590.
Uniform Title (Hamnet):
Marc Antoine. English
Title (Hamnet):
The tragedie of Antonie. Doone into English by the Countesse of Pembroke.
Alt. Title (Hamnet):
Antonius
Place of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet):
Imprinted at London :
Creator or Publisher (Hamnet):
[By P. Short] for William Ponsonby,
Date of Creation or Publ. (Hamnet):
1595.
Physical Description (Hamnet):
[112] p. ; 8⁰.
Folger Holdings Notes (Hamnet):
cs0361. Brown goatskin binding, gold-tooled and lettered in gilt on front cover: 'The Tragedie of Antonie Translated by Countesse of Pembroke 1595'; signed by Riviere & Son. Wanting last blank
Notes (Hamnet):
A translation, by Mary Herbert, Countess of Pembroke, of: Garnier, Robert. Marc Antoine.
Notes (Hamnet):
Colophon reads "Printed at London by P.S. for William Ponsonby. 1595."; printer's name from STC.
Notes (Hamnet):
First published with Philippe de Mornay's "A discourse of life and death", 1592.
Notes (Hamnet):
Running title reads: Antonius.
Notes (Hamnet):
Signatures: A-G⁸.
Notes (Hamnet):
Stationer's Register: Entered as by Garnier 3 May 1592.
Notes (Hamnet):
The last leaf is blank.
Notes (Hamnet):
Variant: title page has "Done into englishe".
Citations (Hamnet):
ESTC (RLIN) S105701
Citations (Hamnet):
Greg, I, 108(b)
Citations (Hamnet):
Pforzheimer, 398
Citations (Hamnet):
STC (2nd ed.), 11623
Subject (Hamnet):
Antonius, Marcus, 83?-30 B.C. -- Drama -- Early works to 1800.
Associated Name (Hamnet):
Pembroke, Mary Sidney Herbert, Countess of, 1561-1621.
Call Number (Hamnet):
STC 11623

The tragedie of Antonie. Doone into English by the Countesse of Pembroke.