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Inflammatory writings appeared on church walls and elsewhere in the new immigrant communities. One of these attacks carried the signature of Tamburlaine. The authorities investigated a rumour that Thomas Kyd was involved. His rooms were searched on 12 May. He was taken to Bridewell when an unorthodox religious tract was discovered. He was probably tortured on the rack, which was another stage on which the conflict between the classical and grotesque body was acted out. Those who held grotesque opinions were given bodies to match.
Marlowe appeared before the Star Chamber, presided over on this occasion by Whitgift, on 20 May: This day Christopher Marley of London, gentleman, being sent for by warrant from their Lordships, hath entered his appearance accordingly for his Indemnity therein, and is commanded to give his daily attendance on their Lordships until he shall be licensed to the contrary. (APC, 24, p. 244) No further details are available. It may be that Marlowe, who had done Her Majesty good service over a number of years, was able to provide satisfactory answers to the accusations against him.
The remains of the seven bodies were then quartered. The limbs may have been parboiled in the cauldron by the scaffold, although they were probably put in baskets and taken to Newgate so that the job could be done properly. They were then displayed throughout the city to deter anyone else from imagining the death of Elizabeth, although they may well have prompted rather than suppressed thoughts on this subject. The executioner was usually allowed to keep what was left of a victim's clothes. He was under instructions on the second day The Theatre of Hell 31 of the executions to allow his victims to die on the gallows, before he started to dismember them.
Christopher Marlowe by Roger Sales (auth.)