Pericles, Prince of Tyre is a Jacobean play probably not written solely by William Shakespeare. Pericles, the young ruler of Tyre escapes from Antiochus, King of Antioch, to avoid getting killed by him for a controversial riddle. En-route, he helps by giving grain to Tarsus, a famine affected city being ruled by Cleon. A storm reaches him Pentapolis, ruled by Simonedes. Winning a tournament announced by the King reward him to marry Thaisa, daughter of Simonedes. On his way to return to Tyre, Thaisa gives birth to Marina and a storm separates the family from each other. Could the family reunite?