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IV. Analogue THE PAINFULL ADVENTURES OF PERICLES PRINCE OF TYRE by George Wilkins (1608)<s1>s ------------------------------------------------------ The Painfull Adventures of Pericles Prince of Tyre. Being the true History of the Play of <1Pericles,>1 as it was lately presented by the worthy and ancient Poet John Gower. At London Printed by T.P. for Nat: Butter, 1608. <1The Argument of the whole Historie>1 <1Antiochus>1 the Great, who was the first founder of <1Antioch,>1 the most famous Citty in all <1Syria,>1 having one onelie daughter, in the prime and glory of her youth, fell in most unnaturall love with her; and what by the power of his perswasions, and feare of his tyranny, he so prevailed with her yeelding heart, that he became maister of his desires; which to continue to himself, his daughter being for her beauty desired in marriage of many great princes, he made this law, That whoso presumed to desire her in marriage, and could not un- fold the meaning of his questions, for . . .