The Globe Playhouse: Its Design and Equipment

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Maps, Views, and Other Illustrations
THE GLOBE PLAYHOUSE STAGE frontispiece
HOEFNAGEL (PLATE 1)4
AGAS (PLATE 2)8
NORDEN, 1593 (PLATE 3)12
NORDEN, 1600 (PLATE 4)12
RYTHER (PLATE 5)18
CIVITAS LONDINI (PLATE 6)18
LONDON FROM THE NORTH (PLATE 7)26
VISSCHER, 1616 (PLATE 8)32
PROFIL DE LA VILLE DE LONDRES (PLATE 9)42
DELARAM (PLATE 10)42
RECONSTRUCTED PLAN OF THE GLOBE: FIRST LEVEL53
HONDIUS (PLATE 11)60
HERWOLOGIA ANGLICA (PLATE 12)60
HOLLAR'S SKETCH (PLATE 13)70
HOLLAR'S LONG VIEW (PLATE 14)80
THE MAIN DOOR AND SIGN (PLATE 15)86
INTERIOR VIEW (PLATE 16)116
STAGE WITH THE CURTAINS OPEN (PLATE 17)148
EVOLUTION OF THE PLATFORM AND THE TIRING-HOUSE: FIRST LEVEL172
STAGE WITH THE CURTAINS CLOSED (PLATE 18)180
STAGE COVER FROM BELOW (PLATE 19)226
RECONSTRUCTED PLAN OF THE GLOBE: SECOND LEVEL242
EVOLUTION OF THE TIRING-HOUSE: SECOND LEVEL254
THE GLOBE MODEL FROM ABOVE (PLATE 20)274
THE INTERIOR OF THE SWAN PLAYHOUSE IN 1596 (PLATE 21)300
RECONSTRUCTED PLAN OF THE GLOBE: THIRD LEVEL309
THE HUTS FROM ABOVE (PLATE 22)334
VIGNETTE FROM THE TITLE-PAGE OF ROXANA (PLATE 23)350
VIGNETTE FROM THE TITLE-PAGE OF MESSALLINA (PLATE 24)350
FRONTISPIECE OF THE WITS, OR SPORT UPON SPORT (PLATE 25)372
RECONSTRUCTED PLAN OF THE GLOBE SUPERSTRUCTURE375

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