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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.0498  Friday, 2 March 2001

From:           R. A. Cantrell <
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Date:           Thursday, 1 Mar 2001 18:45:31 -0600
Subject:        Ephesians

>Dear Colleagues,

>               Shakespeare uses the terms Ephesian(s) epithetically in
>Merry WIves (IV, 5) and Henry IV, Part II. (II) Can anyone please direct
>me to similar usage in the work of other dramatists of the period?

Perhaps my appeal was misphrased, or perhaps I should broaden my
search.  Could anyone please direct me to examples of the use either of
Ephesian or Ephesians as an epithet in any early modern English literary

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