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Examples from the Web for tamburlaine
He is the Tamerlaine or Tamburlaine of Marlowe and other dramatists.
Alluding to Tamburlaine the great, or the Scythian Shepheard, 1590, 8vo.
Marlowe speaks, in ‘Tamburlaine,’ of ‘Gorgon, prince of Hell.’Witch, Warlock, and Magician
William Henry Davenport Adams
"Tamburlaine" set a standard in stage effects as well as in poetry.
Tamburlaine's death is merely the end of the play, not a tragic catastrophe.
- same as Tamerlane