Cymbeline is a play written by Shakespeare. It is set sometimes in Britain and sometimes in italy. It opens in the garden of Cymbeline's palace in Britain.
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Play by Shakespeare
, first acted about 1610 and printed in 1623. It combines various sources to tell the story of Imogen (derived from Ginevra in Giovanni Boccaccio's Decameron), the daughter of the...
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Mortar locating radar [UK]
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(from the article `Cymbeline`) In the play Cymbeline, the king of Britain, decides that his daughter, Imogen, must marry his horrid stepson Cloten. When Cymbeline learns that ...
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comedy in five acts by William Shakespeare, one of his later plays, written in 1608–10 and published in the First Folio of 1623 from a careful ... [3 related articles]
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Cymbeline is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Bright Hound` Where is it used? The name Cymbeline is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Cunobelinus ( In Ancient Celtic (Latinized) ) The name Cymbeline doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Cymbeline seems to be unique!
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Cymbeline (n), also known as Cymbeline, King of Britain or The Tragedy of Cymbeline, is a play by William Shakespeare, based on legends concerning the early Celtic British King Cunobelinus. Although listed as a tragedy in the First Folio, modern critics often classify Cymbeline as a romance. Like Othello and The Winter`s Tale, it deals with the t.
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Cymbeline (sim'bulēn) or Cunobelinus (kyOO"nōbilī'nus) , d. c.A.D. 40, British king. His conquest of the Trinovantes (of Essex) reportedly made him the wealthiest and most powerful ruler in SE England. After his death his kingdom was divided between his sons Togodumnus ...
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King of the Catuvellauni (AD 5–40), who fought unsuccessfully against the Roman invasion of Britain. His capital was at Colchester
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Radar, Field Artillery, No 15, better known as Cymbeline, was a widely-used British mortar locating radar operating in the I band using a Foster scanner. Developed by Thorn-EMI and built at their now-defunct site at Hayes in Middlesex, it was in British service from 1975 until about 2003 with the Royal Artillery. Cymbeline replaced
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