University of Toronto
for the Shakespeare Association of America
San Francisco 1999
Cuneus, an axe to cutte woode, whiche is smalle and thyn before, and brode & thycke after, that the wodde may ryue the better, also a wedge to cleaue wodde with. By translation it is a company of fotem_e in batayle, that goth in a lyke order, smal before, and brode behynde:there was a lyke forme in the Theatre or place, where men beheld playes, it is sometyme taken for a company of people.
© Feb. 1999