From Stage to Page - Medieval and Renaissance Drama

The Towneley Cycle

This edition of the Towneley Cycle is based on the English/Pollard version. The text is corrected via comparison to the Lumiansky and Mills facsimile edition of the plays.

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The Creation
The Killing of Abel
Noah and the Ark
Abraham
Isaac
Jacob
The Prophets
Pharaoh
Caesar Augustus
The Annunciation
The Salutation of Elizabeth
The First Shepherds' Play
The Second Shepherds' Play
The Offering of the Magi
The Flight Into Egypt
Herod the Great
The Purification of Mary
The Play of the Doctors
John the Baptist
The Conspiracy
The Buffeting
The Scourging
The Crucifixion
The Talents
The Deliverance of Souls
The Resurrection of the Lord
The Pilgrims
Thomas of India
The Lord's Ascension
The Judgement
Lazarus
The Hanging of Judas

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The Creation
The Killing of Abel
Noah and the Ark
Abraham
Isaac
Jacob
The Prophets
Pharaoh
Caesar Augustus
The Annunciation
The Salutation of Elizabeth
The First Shepherds' Play
The Second Shepherds' Play
The Offering of the Magi
The Flight Into Egypt
Herod the Great
The Purification of Mary
The Play of the Doctors
John the Baptist
The Conspiracy
The Buffeting
The Scourging
The Crucifixion
The Talents
The Deliverance of Souls
The Resurrection of the Lord
The Pilgrims
Thomas of India
The Lord's Ascension
The Judgement
Lazarus
The Hanging of Judas

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