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Inscription on the Main Entrance of The Globe Theater
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Totus Mundus Agit Histrionem - the Inscription

Origin

The Globe Theater

Type

Inscribed piece of wood

Effects

Creates a one way portal to the original site of the Globe theater

Downsides

Those who used the portal would speak in Elizabethan English for a day

Activation

Attaching it above a door

Collected by

LordHighSubtitute

Section

Stratford-Avon-653M

Aisle

145-9011

Shelf

12045-04181-490

Date of Collection

27.089.2013

[Source]


OriginEdit

The Globe Theater was a theater built by the Lord Chamberlain's men (the playing Company Shakespeare worked at) by the actors who were also share holders of the company. In 1613 the theater caught fire  during a performance of Henry VIII when a special effects cannon misfired, the theater was rebuilt but in 1642 the Puritans closed all theaters including the globe it was then dismantled in 1644. A modern reconstruction named "Shakespeare's Globe" was built in 1997, 230 meters (750 ft.) from the original site.

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