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Author: Lucian, of Samosata.
Title: Certaine select dialogues of Lucian together with his true historie, translated from the Greeke into English by Mr Francis Hickes. Whereunto is added the life of Lucian gathered out of his owne writings, with briefe notes and illustrations upon each dialogue and booke, by T.H. Mr of Arts of Christ-Church in Oxford.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Certaine select dialogues of Lucian together with his true historie, translated from the Greeke into English by Mr Francis Hickes. Whereunto is added the life of Lucian gathered out of his owne writings, with briefe notes and illustrations upon each dialogue and booke, by T.H. Mr of Arts of Christ-Church in Oxford.
Lucian, of Samosata., Hickes, Thomas, 1599-1634,, Hickes, Francis, 1566-1631,

Oxford: Printed by William Turner, 1634.
Alternate titles: Dialogi. English. Selections Dialogues. Certaine select dialogues of Lucian.
Notes:
Editor's dedication signed: Th. Hickes.
The page after 55 is numbered 48.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A06421.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT WOR∣SHIPFVLL Dr DUPPA, DEANE of Christ-Church, and Vice-chancellor of the famous Universitie of Oxford.
TO THE HONEST AND JUDICIOUS READER.
epigraph
THE LIFE OF LVCIAN THE SAMOSATENIAN. WHEREIN, He is in some sort vindicated from certaine grosse Aspersions, heretofore cast upon him.
LVCIAN HIS LIFE, OR OF HIS DREAME.
ICAROMENIPPVS, OR THE LOFTIE TRAVELLER.
MENIPPVS, OR THE NECROMANTIE.
THE DREAME, OR THE COCKE.
THE INFERNALL FERRIE, OR THE TYRANT.
CHARON, OR THE SVRVEIOVRS.
LVCIAN HIS TRVE HISTORIE.
The second Booke.
TIMON OR THE MANHATER.
LVCIAN, HIS FEAST, OR THE LAPITHES.