|Title||Antonio's Revenge IV, iii.|
|Author||John Marston (1576–1634)|
|Quote||SD. The still flutes sound softly. Enter Forobosco and Castilio; Mellida supported by two waiting women.|
|Notes||In the ensuing scene, Mellida appeals from earthly to heavenly justice; Strotzo stages his repentance; and Mellida swoons and dies.|
A sequel to Marston's "Antonio and Mellida.
Manifold (1956: 69)