2 edition of shorte treatise vpon the Turkes chronicles found in the catalog.
shorte treatise vpon the Turkes chronicles
|Other titles||Shorte treatise upon the Turkes chronicles|
|Statement||compyled by Paulus Jouius, Byshop of Nucerne, and dedicated to Charles the V, emperour ; drawen out of the Italyen tong in to Latyne by Franciscus Niger Bassianates ; and translated out of Latyne into Englysh by Peter Ashton ...|
|Contributions||Negri, Francesco, 1500-1563., Ashton, Peter, d. 1548., Whitchurch, Edward, d. 1561, printer., English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||DR439 .G51|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, cxl,  leaves ;|
|LC Control Number||05007204|
Book II was widely circulated throughout the Middle Ages, independently of Book I, and there can be no doubt that it was instrumental in fixing the idea of the trivium and quadrivium in the medieval mind The direct influence of Cassiodorus's Institutiones, Book II, may be seen in many of the classifications proposed by medieval theorists and. Full text of "Collections and notes, " See other formats.
Chapter 1 _________________________________________________________ Writing of Ireland: The “Supplication” and A View of the Present State of Ireland. Ireland was. A treatise written as to the instruction of the ignorant in the groundes of religion, so to the confutation of the Iewes, the Turkes, atheists, Papists, heretiks, and al other aduersaries of the trueth whatsoeuer. Translated out of Latine into English, &c. by Thomas Rogers.
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A shorte treatise vpon the Turkes chronicles, compyled by Paulus Iouius byshop of Nucerne, and dedicated to Charles the. Emperour. Drawen oute of the Italyen tong in to Latyne, by Franciscus Niger Bassianates.
And translated out of Latyne into englysh by Peter Ashton. A shorte treatise vpon the Turkes chronicles, compyled by Paulus Iouius byshop of Nucerne, and dedicated to Charles the.
Jovius’ (P.) Shorte treatise upon the Turkes chronicles tr. Ashton, Thomas Sermons on several occasions Ashton-Warner, Sylvia Spinster Ashwell, George Fides apostolica Asiatic annual register, The Asiatic costumes Asiatic journal, The – ' A shorte treatise vpon the Turkes Chronicles, compyled by Paulus Jouius byshop of Nucerne, and dedicated to Charles the.
Emperour. Drawen oute of the Jtalyen tong in to Latyne, by Franciscus Niger Bassianates. And translated out of Latyne by Peter Ashton.
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Paolo Giovio, Bishop of Nocera, the Elder, A shorte Treatise vpon the Turkes Chronicles translated out of La tyne into englysh by Peter Ashton (London: E. Whitchurche, ).
8°: leaves. Running title 'The Turkyshe Chronicles'. S.T.C. I have not succeeded in finding any item printed before with a title or running.
Paolo Giovio, Bishop of Nocera, the Elder, A shorte Treatise vpon the Turkes Chronicles translated out of Latyne into englysh by Peter Ashton (London: E. Whitchurche, ). 8°: leaves.
Running title 'The Turkyshe Chronicles'. S.T.C. I have not succeeded in finding any item printed before with a title or running title. The title of A Shorte Treatise Vpon the Turkes Chronicles’ is interesting in light of similarly named contemporary publications such as A short cronycle wherein is mencioned all names of all the kings (London, STC ).
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LANGLAND William; ASHTON Peter, A shorte treatise upon the Turkes Chronicles compyled by Paulus JOVIUS. AWDELEY John, The wonders of England An epitaphe vpon the death of Mayster John VIRON, preacher.
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