Court Masques: Jacobean and Caroline Entertainments, 1605-1640

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SELECT CHRONOLOGY OF STUART MASQUES
1604 Samuel Daniel, The Vision of Twelve Goddesses
1605 Ben Jonson, The Masque of Blackness
1606 Ben Jonson, Hymenaei and Barriers
1607 Thomas Campion, The Lord Hay's Masque
1607 John Marston, The Entertainment at Ashby
1608 Ben Jonson, The Masque of Beauty
1608 Ben Jonson, The Haddington Masque
1609 Ben Jonson, The Masque of Queens
1610 Ben Jonson, Prince Henry's Barriers
1610 Samuel Daniel, Tethys' Festival
1611 Ben Jonson, Oberon, The Fairy Prince
1611 Ben Jonson, Love Freed from Ignorance and Folly
1612 Ben Jonson, Love Restored
1613 Thomas Campion, The Lords' Masque
1613 George Chapman, The Memorable Masque
1613 Francis Beaumont, The Masque of the Inner Temple and Gray's
Inn
1613 Thomas Campion, The Caversham Entertainment
1613 Thomas Campion, The Somerset Masque
1613/ 14 Ben Jonson, A Challenge at Tilt
1614 Ben Jonson, The Irish Masque at Court
1614 Anon., The Masque of Flowers
1615 Ben Jonson, Mercury Vindicated from the Alchemists at Court
1615 William Browne, Ulysses and Circe
1616 Ben Jonson, The Golden Age Restored
1616 Ben Jonson, Christmas His Masque
1617 Ben Jonson, The Vision of Delight
1617 Ben Jonson, Lovers Made Men
1617 Thomas Campion (?), George Mason, John Earle, The Entertain-
ment at Brougham Castle
1618 Ben Jonson, Pleasure Reconciled to Virtue (revised as For the
Honour of Wales
)
1618Anon. ( Thomas Pestell?), The Coleortoon Masque
1619 Thomas Middleton, The Masque of Heroes
1620 Ben Jonson, The News from the New World Discovered in the
Moon
1620 Ben Jonson, Pan's Anniversary
1621 Ben Jonson The Gypsies Metamorphosed

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