PART II THE TUDOR IMPERIAL REFORM
In the prologue to Thomas Dekker's Old Fortunatus, two old men meet one another and before entering the queen's presence hold the following conversation:1
Are you then travelling to the temple of Eliza? Even to her temple are my feeble limbs travelling. Some call her
Pandora: some Gloriana: some Cynthia: some Belphoebe: some Astraea: all by several names to express several loves: Yet all those names make but one celestial body, as all those loves meet to create but one soul.