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date: 12 December 2019

(p. xv) Figures

(p. xv) Figures

  1. 11.1 The first engraving of the Globe, by John Norden 190

  2. 11.2 The Theatre, from an engraving by Abram Booth, The View of the Cittye of London from the North towards the South, 1600. University of Utrecht library 194

  3. 11.3 Norden's inset of 1600 in Civitas Londoni, showing the Rose and the Globe 198

  4. 11.4 Hollar's drawing of the second Globe, made from the tower of St Saviour's, now Southwark Cathedral, in the 1630s 199

  5. 11.5 The drawing for Wenceslaus Hollar's Long View of the second Globe 200

  6. 11.6 A section of the Globe's remains, all that could be excavated in 1989 201

  7. 11.7 An extrapolation from the Globe's remains 202

  8. 11.8 Van Buchell's drawing of the Swan, made in 1596 204

  9. 11.9 The Inigo Jones plans for a Jacobean playhouse, from a drawing in the library of Worcester College, Oxford 206

  10. 11.10 The 9 Inigo Jones plans for a Jacobean playhouse 207

  11. 14.1 Gotch 1/27, the plan, plan of stage, and section through apron stage or proscenium of a playhouse; possibly John Webb's Restoration plans for the Cockpit in Court, never realized. By kind permission of Worcester College, Oxford 245

  12. 14.2 Gotch 1/7B, a plan and elevation for a theater; possibly John Webb's proposed plans for the Salisbury Court theatre or the Phoenix. By kind permission of Worcester College, Oxford 246

  13. 14.3 Gotch 1/7C, two transverse sections of the same theater; possibly John Webb's proposed plans for the Salisbury Court theatre or the Phoenix. By kind permission of Worcester College, Oxford 247

  14. 14.4 Design by Inigo Jones, possibly for William Habington's Queen of Aragon, or, Cleodora. By kind permission of the Duke of Devonshire's collection at Chatsworth House 250

  15. 18.1 Whitehall Palace viewed from the river, etching by Wenceslaus Hollar, late 1640s. Reproduced with permission of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto 308

  16. (p. xvi) 18.2 Plan of the Hall at Whitehall set up for the French pastoral Florimène (1635). Copyright © The British Library Board, all rights reserved, Lansdowne MS 1171 318

  17. 28.1 View from the expensive seats in the Globe theatre: the front row of the second balcony, next to the Gentlemen's Box. Photo: Jacalyn Royce, 2006 487

  18. 28.2 Groundling's eye view in the Globe theatre. Photo: Jacalyn Royce, 2006 491

  19. 31.1 Illumination in the Swan playhouse 531

  20. 31.2 Frontispiece to F. Kirkman, The Wits, or, Sport Upon Sport (1662). Reproduced by permission of the Huntington Library, San Marino, California 537

  21. 31.3 T. H. Shepherd, Middle Temple Hall, from London Interiors (London, 1841). University of Illinois Library 538

  22. 31.4 Middle Temple hall with ‘Webb Playhouse’ gallery 540

  23. 31.5 The Swan playhouse 541

  24. 34.1 Frontispiece for Tamburlaine the Great, The Second Part of The bloody Conquests of mighty Tamburlaine (London, 1590). By permission of the Henry E. Huntington Library, San Marino, California 583

  25. 34.2 Portrait of Edward Alleyn, Elizabethan Actor, Jacobean Gentleman, 1626, by an unknown English artist. By permission of the Trustees of Dulwich Picture Gallery, London 584

  26. 34.3 Amicitia sucata vitanda (‘Feigned friendship to be avoided’), from Geoffrey Whitney, A Choice of Emblems (Leiden, 1586); facsimile reprint (1866). By permission of Special Collections, University of Washington (UW 27651z) 586

  27. 34.4 C. J. Visscher, panoramic view of London, with detail from lower right section showing south bank amphitheaters (Amsterdam, 1616), derived from J. Norden's Civitas Londoni (London, 1660). By permission of the Guildhall Library, City of London (Record 36720) 587

  28. 34.5 Wenceslaus Hollar, a section from his Long View of London from Southwark, 1647. By permission of the Guildhall Library, City of London (Record 31822) 589

  29. 34.6 Homo ad quadratum, a drawing from Di Lucio Vitruuio Pollione de architectura libri dece traducti de latino in vulgare affigurati (Como: Gotardo da Ponte, 1521), p. Gii. By permission of Edinburgh University Library, Special Collections Department, JY 973 590

  30. (p. xvii) 34.7 The Swan theater, c.1596–7, copied by Arend [Aernout] van Buchell from a pen and ink drawing by Johannes De Witt. By permission of the library of the University of California, Santa Barbara 592

  31. 34.8 A pen and ink drawing on paper attributed to Henry Peacham (1594); paired with lines from Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, I. i and v. i. Longleat House library. By permission of the Marquess of Bath, Longleat House, Warminster, Wiltshire 595

  32. 34.9 Title page of Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy (London, 1615). By permission of the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC 603