(Redirected from Mahomet the Prophet, or Fanaticism)
by , translated by William F. Fleming
|Mahomet (Le fanatisme, ou Mahomet) aka "Fanaticism, or Mahomet" is a five act play by French playwright and philosopher Voltaire that was written in 1736 with its debut performance in Lille on 25 April 1741 and then in Paris on 9 August 1742.|
- Zopir, Sheik of Mecca.
- Omar, General and second in command to Mahomet.
- Seid, Slave to Mahomet.
- Palmira, Slave to Mahomet.
- Phanor, Senator of Mecca.
- Company of Meccans.
- Company of Mussulmans.
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