Tamburlaine the Great - Study Guide Part 1, Act 3, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Tamburlaine, in the company of Theridimas, Techelles, Zenocrate and other attendants, greets the Basso mockingly, telling his regents that the crowns of Bajazeth's regents will be theirs when they win. Theridimas and Techelles both vow that victory will be theirs and Tamburlaine speaks encouragingly to them, calling himself "the Scourge and Wrath of God" and vowing to completely subdue Bajazeth, his armies and his empire.

Bajazeth enters, calling himself the greatest ruler in Africa and accompanied by his regents, by his wife Zabina, and by a guard of honor. He and Tamburlaine challenge each other, each swearing that the other will be soundly defeated. Bajazeth comments that Tamburlaine's regents will be harnessed to his wife's chariot and made to pull her, while the regents of each leader speak negatively about the other regents. After bragging about how Zabina has given him...

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