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Like the Marriage in Canaa, only a fragment of the play exists- attributing the performance to the Guild of Ironmongers, who may have been able to provide the dining goods required. It is set at Simon the Leper's house.
The play was likely based on Mark 14:1-9, which deals with the washing of Jesus's feet by an unnamed woman - often (though not always) identified as Mary Magdalene. This prompts Judas's betrayal.
The original script, in 15th Century Middle English, can be found here, courtesy of Prof. Clifford Davidson and the University of Rochester's TEAMS Middle English Text Series.
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