APPENDIX I
LEGGE'S PRODUCTION NOTES

1. The Diagram of the Processio Lugubris in the third Action

 

0 Lictor templi

0 0 Ianitores Templi
0 0

0 0 Nazarei
0 0 sive Gabaonitae

0 0 Nazarei
0 0

0 0 Hemerobaptistae
0 0

0 0 Gaulonitae
0 0

0 0 Herodiani
0 0

0 0 Saducei
0 0

0 0 Essei (i. e. Esseni?)
0 0

0 0 Pharisei
0 0

0 0 Scribae sive
0 0 legum doctores

0 0 Cantores sive
0 0 Levitae

0 0 Sacerdotes

0 0 some priests, some
0 0 Pharises, some
0 0 Docters of the Law
0 Summus Sacerdos

0 0 Milites Templi
0 0
0 0
0 0

 

II. The attire of such as be in the shew at the beginning of the third Action

Nathanaei, otherwise called Gabonitae, were appointed for the service of the Temple to bring wood for the Sacrifice and provide water, and to doe other services. All bareheaded.

Cantores were Levites and are to go as Priests saving the girdle and stola byssina; lineam sacerdotalem a rege Agrippa impetrabant.

Nazarei long haired.

Hemerobaptistae long towells about their necks, quotidie se lavabant, quotidie se aqua intigebant priusquam discumberent. loose cassocks may seeme the fittest attire for such as continuallie washed themselves.

Herodiani, dublet and hose of black silke and long cloaks of silk Grogoran. Courtiers.

Gaulonitae Phariseorum habitu utebantur. bloody swords in their hands, their face and hands blkoody, gladio opinionem tuebantur, supplicia contemnebant, tributa Caesari negabant.

Essei long mantels of linnen almost down to the ground. The Jewes in Eleazers banquet in the first act are to use the same.

Saducaei, mourning hoods on their heads. Melancholici, inhuman, longe a communione averse, long coats country fashion worne and torne, old shoes the toes breaking out. calceos non mutant nisi prioribus omnino concisis, in the other <hand> either a spade, hammer, wibble or other tool of Artificers declaring their work.

Pharisaei. A long linnen gowne somthing strait against their body, the undergowne sleeves turned up at the hands. on their sholders Philacteres; that is a little chort cloake of linnen like a Womans cloake, mantelwise laied on their shoulders. which Philacteries are now also used of the Jewes with a fringe about them and tenn knottes hanging downe signifying the tenn commandements. latis crepidis et calceorum ligulis utebantur. on their forehead also and about their left arme a scroll with the tenn commandements.

Scribae sive Legum doctores, the like linnen gowne and Philacteries. but that about the Philacteres they had a border having in it the tenn commandements. Towells about thier necks, crebro enim lavabant.

The attire of the high Priests and other Preists and Levites

The attire of the high Priests and his tripple crowne and of other Priests is sett downe in Joseph. lib. 3 antiq. Judaicor. cap. 6 et lib. 6 cap. 6 and of the other Priests purple girdle lib. 8 cap. 2. this attire is pictured out in the king of Spaines great bible and the capps which they use. note in the shew they are all bare headed save the Sadduces.

 

III. The shew in the end of the Tragedy gathered out of Josephus lib. 7 cap. 24 de bello Iudaeico

 

0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0 Soldiers Burgundians, Brittaines, Persians,
0 0 Chaldaeans, Aramites, Africans, Moores
0 0 Kedarians, Romans Italians
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0

0 men carrying rare Works of gould silver and
yvorye

0 men carrying Palls and
0 rich apparell
0

0 men carrying Crownes sett with
0 precious stones
0

0 one carrying painted a fortunate cuntry
destroyed

0 a Captaine, Priscus Centurio

0 a battaile overthrowen painted

0 a Captaine, Gallicanus

0 walls broken downe with engines painted

0 a Captaine, Longinus

0 an Army breaking into a City painted

0 a Captaine Lepidus

0 men slaine in a field som craving mercy

0 a Captaine M. Antonius Julianus

0 a river running through a cuntry,
houses on both sides burning

0 captaine Terentius

0 the great Temple burning

0 a Captaine Eternius Fronto

0 men carrying precious spices
in silver boxes

0 a faire standing Cup

0 two golden Candlesticks

0 a great table talenti magni

0 0
0 0
0 0 captive Jewes bound singing a lamentable
0 0 song, having one hand cut of
0 0
0 0

0 Jehochanan bound

0 Schimeon bound

0 one carrying the lawes of the Jewes

0 0
0 0
0 0 Gentlemen
0 0
0 0
0 0

0 a Gentleman bareheaded
0 Titus
0 his Page
0 Tiberius Alexander totius militiae praefectus
0 his Page

0 0 Cerealis
0 0 Sulla
0 0 Captaine Largius
0 0 Phrigius
0 0 Gallicanus
0 0 Liberalis

0 0
0 0 Souldiers
0 0

0 0
0 0 Captives
0 0

0 0
0 0
0 0 Souldiers
0 0
0 0