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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  31 August 2023

Kilian Schindler
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Université de Fribourg, Switzerland

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Religious Dissimulation and Early Modern Drama
The Limits of Toleration
, pp. 269 - 274
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Index

1 Sir John Oldcastle, 56, 7496, 107, 111, 127, 133, 229
Abigail (Bible), 179
absolutism, 37
Act against Jesuits and Seminarists, 43, 103
Act against Recusants, 103
Act against Seditious Sectaries, 77, 8385, 88, 103
Act for the Assurance of the Queen’s Power, 119
Act for the Submission of the Clergy, 87
Act of Succession, 112
Act of Supremacy, 86, 119
Act of Uniformity, 30
adiaphora, 23, 201, 209218, 223
Admiral’s Men, 7576
Alfield, Thomas, 2
Allen, William
admonition to the nobility and people of England and Ireland concerninge the present warres made for the execution of his Holines sentence, An, 115, 150
briefe historie of the glorious martyrdom of XII. reuerend Priests, A, 1, 178
true, sincere and modest defence of English Catholiques that suffer for their Faith both at home and abrode, A, 44, 46, 98, 104, 133, 149
Anabaptists, 41, 184
and Puritanism, 77, 202, 209
Munster uprising, 77
anti-theatricality, 920, 9293, 214, 220
and adiaphora, 211. See also adiaphora
and anti-Nicodemism, 190, 210, 214, 215, 218
and cross-dressing, 11, 221222
and idolatry, 214, 219223
in 1 Sir John Oldcastle, 8990, 94
in Ben Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair, 190, 218
in Ben Jonson’s Sejanus His Fall, 151159
in William Shakespeare’s Henry IV plays, 75
apostasy, 2, 3, 14, 30, 214
in Ben Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair, 215
in Christopher Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta, 180
Aquinas, Thomas
Summa theologiae, 6, 10, 24, 36, 98
Augustine
Against Lying, 7, 10, 98, 163
City of God, 108
ep. 185 to Count Boniface, 196
On Lying, 6, 10, 63
Babington Plot, 43, 149151
Bacon, Francis
Advertisement Touching the Controuersyes of the Church of England, An, 100
Certaine Obseruations Vppon a Libell, 39, 40, 45, 112, 148
De sapientia veterum, 138140
In felicem memoriae Elizabethae, 29, 39, 41
‘Of Simulation and Dissimulation’, 99, 140, 163
‘Of Unity of Religion’, 39
Bale, John, 15, 93
brefe chronycle, A, 5051, 5658
Bancroft, Richard
Daungerous positions and proceedings published and practised within this iland of Brytaine, 84, 95, 182, 187, 220
Barrow, Henry, 77, 88
Beale, Robert, 8788
Bell, Thomas, 180, 210, 212, 213
Bodin, Jean, 37, 45
Six livres de la République, 35, 38, 40, 66, 7172, 110
Book of Discipline, The, 84, 8687
Book of Homilies, The, 68, 117118
Breton, Nicholas
‘Character of Queen Elizabeth’, 227
Bridges, John
Defence of the gouernment established in the Church of Englande for ecclesiasticall matters, 206208
Broughton, Richard, 132
Browne, Anthony. See Montague, Viscount of
Bullinger, Heinrich, 28, 203
Decades, 10, 70
Caesar, Julius
in Ben Jonson’s Sejanus His Fall, 138
in William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, 234
Calvin, Jean, 7, 9, 12, 28, 32, 187
Excuse à Messieurs les Nicodémites, 8
Foure sermons, 46
Joannis Calvini opera quae supersunt omnia, 23, 177, 178, 201
Two godly and learned sermons, 13, 82, 98
Calvinism, 24, 32, 187. See also Calvin, Jean
Camden, William, 227
canon law, 101102
Cartwright, Thomas, 101, 102
Replye to an answere made of M. Doctor Whitgifte: Agaynste the admonition to the Parliament, A, 204
Cato, 138139, 146, 198
Cecil, William
Execution of Justice in England, 133
censorship
and Ben Jonson’s Sejanus His Fall, 129
and Sir Thomas More, 97, 105, 111, 113, 116
Chamberlain’s Men, 7576
Chapman, George
Alphonsus, 165
Eastward Ho!. See Jonson, Ben: Eastward Ho!
Humorous Day’s Mirth, 166
Sejanus His Fall. See Jonson, Ben: Sejanus His Fall
Chettle, Henry
Sir Thomas More. See Sir Thomas More
Christian liberty, 201202, 204, 206208, 209, 211, 214, 218. See also adiaphora
in Ben Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair, 202204, 205206, 208209, 214, 222, 224, 225, 235
church discipline, 30, 32, 33, 186
church papists, 31, 108, 180, 199, 210, 212
Cicero
De officiis, 138
in Ben Jonson’s Catiline His Conspiracy, 197
Letters to Atticus, 138
Clitherow, Margaret, 103
Clitherow, William, 212
common law, 88, 101, 103
confession (sacrament), 33, 229
constancy, 146, 178, 194, 196, 227
in Ben Jonson’s Sejanus His Fall, 147, 148, 156, 198
in Christopher Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta, 176
Cope, Antony, 88
Cosin, Richard
Apologie for sundrie proceedings by iurisdiction ecclesiasticall, 101103, 112
Cowell, John, 115
Crosse, Henry
Vertues Comnon-wealth, 214
Daniel (Bible), 14
Daniel, Samuel
Civile Wars between the Two Houses of Lancaster and Yorke, The, 68, 69
De heretico comburendo, 194
Dekker, Thomas
Sir Thomas More. See Sir Thomas More
Donatists, 196, 225
Donne, John, 109, 197199
Pseudo-Martyr, 199
Douay-Rheims Bible, 14, 118
Drayton, Michael
1 Sir John Oldcastle. See 1 Sir John Oldcastle
Edict of Nantes, 36, 130
Edward VI, King of England, 186
Elizabeth I, Queen of England
and heresy executions, 4142
and outward conformity, 1012, 22, 2731, 47, 50, 97, 98, 161, 174, 189, 228, 236
and the policing of Catholic dissent, 21, 22, 31, 41, 4244, 96, 98, 104, 118119, 129, 147, 150, 229, 230
and the policing of Puritan dissent, 77, 80, 8389, 230
in Thomas Heywood’s 1 If You Know Not Me, You Know Nobody, 227
Elyot, George, 120
very true report of the apprehension and taking of that arche Papist Edmond Campion, A, 106
equivocation, 101, 172, 173
in Christopher Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta, 177
Erasmus of Rotterdam, Desiderius, 108
De libero arbitrio, 192
Hyperaspistes I, 5
in Sir Thomas More, 122
on Thomas More, 124
Erastianism. See also Erastus, Thomas,
in Ben Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair, 219, 221, 224
Erastus, Thomas, 33
espionage, 22, 44, 98, 163164, 172
and Anthony Munday, 4, 20, 9495, 107, 163
and Christopher Marlowe, 4, 20, 163
in 1 Sir John Oldcastle, 92, 9495, 163
in Ben Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair, 193, 199
in Ben Jonson’s Poetaster, 163
in Ben Jonson’s Sejanus His Fall, 134143, 152158
in Sir Thomas More, 107
Essex, Earl of, 134
Family of Love, 32, 226
Famous Victories of Henry the Fifth, The, 5153, 67, 74
Fawkes, Guy, 132, 133
Field, Nathan, 215
Finch, Henry, 88, 186
Fitzherbert, Thomas, 102, 133
Foxe, John, 46, 93
Acts and Monuments, 2930, 48, 50, 56, 74, 7879, 83, 123, 133
free speech. See parrhesia
French Wars of Religion, 35, 173, 183
Fuller, Nicholas, 88
Fuller, Thomas
Church History of Britain, The, 194
Garnet, Henry
apology against the defence of Schisme, An, 180, 210
Treatise of christian renunciation, 179
Geneva Bible, The, 178
Gentili, Alberico
De iure belli, 37
Regales disputationes tres, 37
Gosson, Stephen, 17, 215
Playes Confuted in fiue Actions, 10, 1213, 15, 18, 59, 214, 217
School of Abuse, The, 18
Grafton, Richard, 50
Greenwood, John, 77, 88
Gunpowder Plot, The, 21, 23, 129133, 151, 163, 193, 195, 197, 199, 212, 234
Hacket, William, 7778, 95
Hakewill, George
vanitie of the eie, The, 216
Hales, John, 29
Hall, Edward, 51
Hampton Court Conference, 201203, 209
Harpsfield, Nicholas, 103, 111, 116, 121
Harvey, Gabriel
Letter-Book, 38
Henri IV, King of France, 130, 198
Henry VIII, King of England, 27
in Sir Thomas More, 97, 98
heresy, 114, 136
execution for, 41, 50, 54, 56, 77, 193, 194
legislation of, 77, 100, 103
Heywood, Jasper, 109
Heywood, Thomas
1 If You Know Not Me You Know Nobody, 227
Apology for Actors, An, 1619, 215, 217218
Jew of Malta, The, revival of, 169
High Commission, 100102, 106
Hobbes, Thomas
Leviathan, 37
Holinshed, Raphael, 6768
Hooker, Richard
Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, 32, 3334, 38, 71, 181, 206, 225, 233
idolatry, 7, 12, 178, 196. See also anti-theatricality and idolatry
and infection, 180, 210211, 215216
and pollution, 25, 191, 217, 228
in Paul’s Epistles, 203204
Mass as idolatry, 82, 180
Inquisition, 14, 99100. See also heresy: legislation of
inwardness, 1012, 171172, 188, 216, 228, 230, 236
and idolatry, 14
and neo-Stoicism, 143151
in literary theory, 26, 161
James VI and I, King of Scotland and England, 209
and heresy executions, 193195
and the policing of Catholic dissent, 130131, 195197, 198199
and the policing of Puritan dissent, 189, 200203, 224
Basilikon Doron, 130131, 145, 200202, 208
Triplico nodo, triplex cuneus, 195
Jews. See Judaism
Jonson, Ben
accusation of treason, 132
Alchemist, The, 16, 170, 224
and semi-conformity, 211214. See also semi-conformity
and Tacitism, 152. See also Tacitus
and the Gunpowder Plot, 131133, 163, 234. See also Gunpowder Plot
and tyranny, 23, 129131, 137, 140, 147148, 153159, 172, 192, 230. See also tyranny
as a spy. See espionage and Ben Jonson
Bartholomew Fair, 16, 23, 170, 188
Catiline His Conspiracy, 197
conversion to Catholicism, 230
conversion to Protestantism, 197, 198, 211, 213, 231
Discoveries, 137, 155, 191, 192, 206, 219
Eastward Ho!, 132
Epigrams, 151
Informations to William Drummond of Hawthornden, 131, 152, 206, 212
Letter to Robert Cecil (8 November 1605), 132
Magnetic Lady, The, 208
Mortimer His Fall, 172
on Anthony Munday, 107. See also Anthony Munday
Poetaster, 163
Sejanus His Fall, 2223, 128159, 172, 192, 210
Judaism
in anti-Puritan polemics, 170, 173, 180181, 187
in Ben Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair, 205
in Christopher Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta, 168171
Knack to Know a Knave, A, 166, 167, 169
Knox, John, 29, 208
Kyd, Thomas
Spanish Tragedy, The, 165
Langdale, Alban, 212
Legate, Bartholomew, 224
Lipsius, Justus, 143, 144
Conversion, 145
De constantia in publicis malis, 148, 155
Politicorum sive civilis doctrinae libri sex, 3537, 38, 110, 116, 139, 145, 152
Lodge, Thomas, 18
Lollards, 14, 21, 28, 48, 53, 58, 78. See also Oldcastle, John
Lord Strange’s Men, 104, 107, 169, 180
Lord’s Supper, 31, 34, 212
Luther, Martin, 5, 221
Commentary on the Galatians, 222
Lutheranism, 33. See also Luther, Martin
lying, 58
and Augustine, 67, 10, 98
and Shakespeare, 6165
jocose lies, 10
liar’s paradox, 17, 61
Maccabees
in Christopher Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta, 177180
Machiavelli, Niccolò
and dissimulation, 60, 90, 153, 158
and foreignness, 181
and Puritanism, 160161, 166171, 174181
Discourses on Livy, 165
Prince, The, 60, 72, 153, 165, 168, 175, 178
Stage Machiavel, 23, 60, 69, 9293, 123124, 129, 164188, 231, 232
Magna Carta, 101
Marlowe, Christopher
and the Dutch Church libel, 161, 182, 185, 186, 187
as spy. See espionage and Christopher Marlowe
Edward II, 232
Hero and Leander, 193
Jew of Malta, The, 23, 160188, 230
Massacre at Paris, The, 173, 187
Marprelate controversy, 9, 16, 55, 77, 9495, 103, 107, 160, 164, 166168, 181
Martin, Gregory, 210
Treatise of schisme, 108, 178, 212
Martyrdom, 3, 29, 66, 100, 104, 227. See also Maccabees
and Anthony Munday, 1
and Augustine, 197, 200
and James VI and I, 191, 195197, 199
and John Donne’s Pseudo-Martyr, 197
and suicide, 138139, 146
in 1 Sir John Oldcastle, 7479
in Ben Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair, 23, 190, 193194, 198200, 208, 213, 225
in Sir Thomas More, 23, 9799, 105106, 113, 120, 124127, 229
in William Shakespeare’s Henry IV plays, 21, 4859, 64, 67, 6873, 228229
Mary I, Queen of England, 20, 30, 41, 136, 226
mental reservation, 101, 172174, 177
Middleton, Thomas, 14
Puritan, The, 20
Milton, John
De Doctrina Christiana, 7
Montague, Viscount of, 120, 121
Montaigne, Michel, de, 144
‘On Constancy’, 146
‘On Giving the Lie’, 17
‘On Habit’, 146
More, Cresacre
Life of Sir Thomas More, The, 121
More, Thomas
in Sir Thomas More, 97127, 229, 233
More, Thomas, II, 120121
Morice, James, 88
briefe treatise of oathes, A, 102
Munday, Anthony
1 Sir John Oldcastle. See 1 Sir John Oldcastle
and his faith, 1, 2, 13, 107, 121
as spy. See espionage and Anthony Munday
breefe aunswer made vnto two seditious pamphlets, A, 107
Downfall of Robert Earl of Huntingdon, The, 91
English Romayne Lyfe, The, 1
Fedele and Fortunio, 94
second and third blast of retrait from plaies and Theaters, A, 2, 92, 215
Sir Thomas More. See Sir Thomas More
Musculus, Wolfgang, 28
Temporysour, The, 13
Nashe, Thomas, 166168, 170
Almond for a Parrat, An, 16
Anatomie of Absurditie, The, 18
Pasquil, 167, 181
Pierce Pennilesse, 59, 164, 167
Unfortunate Traveller, The, 77
Navarre, Marguerite, de, 8
neo-Stoicism, 25, 143148, 152, 158, 210, 218
and dissimulation, 230. See also inwardness
Nero, 108, 111, 148
New Historicism, 25, 71, 194, 235
Nicodemites, 7, 8, 20. See also anti-theatricality and anti-Nicodemism
Bacon, Nicholas, 29
Cecil, William, 29
Elizabeth I, 2930, 3132, 46, 226227
etymology, 7
Francesco Spiera, 14
in Wolfgang Musculus’s The Temporysour, 177
Justus Lipsius. See Lipsius, Justus
Matthew Parker, 29
Seneca, 108
Nicodemus (Bible), 7
Northbrooke, John, 214
Norton, Thomas, 162
Novatians, 30
oaths
Ex officio oath, 100103, 104, 105, 112
Oath of Allegiance, 23, 125, 131, 189, 195199, 212, 225
Oath of Supremacy, 119120
oath-breaking, 176
Oldcastle, John, 21
and his historical afterlife, 5052, 62, 6768, 75
and his martyrdom, 48, 50, 57
and Puritanism, 7689
compared to Falstaff, 21, 4850, 5259, 62, 72
in 1 Sir John Oldcastle, 7496
resurrection of, 56, 57, 59
Parker, Matthew, 29, 58
parrhesia, 134143, 158
Parsons, Robert, 101, 210
brief discours contayning certayne reasons why Catholiques refuse to goe to Church, A, 120
treatise of three conuersions, A, 57, 58, 77
Paul (apostle), 79, 118, 125, 126127, 178, 191, 203205, 211, 214215, 224, 228
correspondence with Seneca, 108
Paul V, Pope, 197, 212
Peacham, Henry
garden of eloquence, The, 137
Pedlar’s Prophecy, The, 184
Peter (apostle), 122, 204, 205
Pilgrimage to Parnassus, The, 166
Plato
Republic, The, 153, 154, 157
Plutarch
Lives, 138
Moralia, 136137
Poley, Robert, 150151
politiques, 40, 66, 71, 80, 81, 96, 100, 110, 111, 116, 127, 129130, 143, 148, 157, 158
Prynne, William
Histrio-mastix, 16
Puritanism, 1112, 16, 2425, 166167
and sedition, 77, 78
Puritan nonconformity, 25
stage Puritan, 1618, 19, 23, 50, 160, 164, 166, 169, 179, 188, 232
in Ben Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair, 193, 200
in William Shakespeare’s Henry IV plays, 6566, 72
Quintilian, 139
recusancy, 3031, 103, 106, 109, 121, 130131, 178, 189, 190, 196, 197, 199200. See also Act against Recusants; Oath of Allegiance
Regnans in excelsis (papal bull), 4243, 119
republicanism, 140142, 153
resistance, 28, 3738, 50, 54, 56, 67, 69, 75, 89, 95, 139, 185, 187, 190, 225
passive resistance, 97, 122
Ribadeneyra, Pedro, de
Ecclesiastical History of the Schism of the Kingdom of England, 246
Richard Hathaway
1 Sir John Oldcastle. See 1 Sir John Oldcastle
Roper, Thomas, 106, 120
Roper, William, 110, 113114, 120
in Sir Thomas More, 121, 124
Sander, Nicholas
De Origine ac Progressu Schismatis Anglicani, 114115
Sandys, Edwin, 46
Selden, John, 221
semi-conformity, 31, 211214
Seneca, 104117, 160, 165, 172
compared to Thomas More, 109111, 115
De constantia sapientis, 144
De tranquillitate animi, 147
Hercules Furens, 109
Oedipus, 114, 115116
Opera omnia, 109
Phaedra, 109111, 113114, 115
Seneca his tenne tragedies, 19
Thyestes, 109, 172
Troas, 109
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego (Bible), 1214
Shakespeare, William
1 Henry IV, 4850, 51, 5254, 5566, 6773, 74, 75, 127, 228, 234
2 Henry IV, 4850, 51, 5254, 5566, 6773, 74, 75, 76, 117, 127, 228, 234
2 Henry VI, 107
3 Henry VI, 124, 167, 172
and dissimulation, 22, 4950, 5866, 67, 69, 7273, 74, 75, 89, 228
and his faith, 4, 49
and historical memory, 5253
and outward conformity, 69, 73, 228
Henry V, 51, 54, 65, 75, 171
King Lear, 66, 100, 192
Measure for Measure, 66, 165
Merchant of Venice, The, 232
Merry Wives of Windsor, The, 5255, 60
Richard II, 67
Richard III, 60, 62, 65, 66, 165, 167, 171
Sir Thomas More. See Sir Thomas More
Titus Andronicus, 165
Sidney, Philip
Apology for Poetry, An, 19, 164
Siege of Jerusalem
in Christopher Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta, 180
silence, 89, 122
in Ben Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair, 129
in Ben Jonson’s Sejanus His Fall, 148, 192
in Sir Thomas More, 22, 98117, 119, 126127, 229
Sir Thomas More, 22, 24, 97127, 129, 143, 151, 158, 192, 229, 230, 233
authorship, 104105
sola scriptura, 85, 221
Southwell, Robert, 151
epistle of comfort, An, 46
humble supplication, An, 149, 150
on Protestant anti-Nicodemism, 173
Saint Peter’s Complaint, 8
Spanish Armada, 21, 100, 114, 184
Speed, John
theatre of the empire of Great Britaine, The, 58
Spiera, Francesco, 14
spies. See espionage
St Bartholomew’s Day Massacre, 193
Stoicism. See neo-Stoicism
Stow, John
annales of England, The, 51, 57, 58, 67
Stubbes, Philip, 16
Anatomy of Abuses, 15, 18, 59, 60, 162
subscription crisis, 13
succession crisis, 21, 129134
Tacitus
Annals, 140, 148, 152153
Tacitism, 152
things indifferent. See adiaphora
Tichborne, John, 202
Topcliffe, Richard, 121
Tragical Reign of Selimus, The, 172
tyranny, 19, 65, 89, 96, 109, 114, 116. See also Jonson, Ben and tyranny
Vermigli, Pietro Martire, 203, 210
Verstegan, Richard
declaration of the true causes of the great troubles, A, 40, 42
vestments controversy, 205
Walsingham, Thomas, 39
St Albans Chronicle, 59
Wentworth, Peter, 88
wheat and tares, parable of the (Matt. 13), 7071
Whitgift, John, 28, 33, 34, 87, 94, 95, 100, 103
Wigginton, Giles, 103, 220
and Martin Marprelate, 9495
Wightman, Edward, 193195
Wilson, Robert
1 Sir John Oldcastle. See 1 Sir John Oldcastle
three Lordes and three Ladies of London, The, 184
Wilson, Thomas
Art of Rhetorique, The, 135137
Woodes, Nathaniel
Conflict of Conscience, The, 14
Worcester’s Men, 76
Wright, Thomas, 132
and semi-conformity, 130, 212
Wright, William, 130
Zwinglianism, 24, 32, 46

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