Timon of Athens
 Act 1, Scene 2

Hautboys playing loud music. A great banquet served in; FLAVIUS and others attending; then enter TIMON, ALCIBIADES, Lords, Senators, and VENTIDIUS. Then comes, dropping, after all, APEMANTUS, discontentedly, like himself
Tucket, within

Enter Cupid
Exit Cupid
Music. Re-enter Cupid with a mask of Ladies as Amazons, with lutes in their hands, dancing and playing
Exeunt Cupid and Ladies
Re-enter FLAVIUS, with the casket
Enter a Servant
Enter a Second Servant
Enter a third Servant
                        How now! what news?

Exeunt all but APEMANTUS and TIMON

Timon of Athens

Timon of Athens

This is the willshake edition of Timon of Athens, a play written by William Shakespeare, probably some time between 1607 and 1608, when he was about 43 years old. timeline of Timon of Athens

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