|Written by||Thomas Kyd|
Cornelia or Pompey the Great, his Fair Cornelia's Tragedy is a 1590 play by Thomas Kyd. The play is about Cornelia Metella, the widow of Pompey. The play ends with Pompey's death and the reactions from his family. Julius Caesar does not appear in person but has a presence throughout. It is an English language adaptation of Robert Garnier's play Cornélie from 1573.
- Domenico, Lovascio (9 January 2012). "Julius Caesar's 'Stony Heart': Thomas Kyd's Cornelia and The Mirror for Magistrates". Notes and Queries. Oxford University Press. 59 (1): 52–53. doi:10.1093/notesj/gjr244 – via academic.oup.com.