|Author:||Sleidanus, Johannes, 1506-1556.|
|Title:||A briefe chronicle of the foure principall empyres To witte, of Babilon, Persia, Grecia, and Rome. Wherein, very compendiously, the whole course of histories are conteined. Made by the famous and godly learned man Iohn Sleidan, and englished by Stephan Wythers.|
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A briefe chronicle of the foure principall empyres To witte, of Babilon, Persia, Grecia, and Rome. Wherein, very compendiously, the whole course of histories are conteined. Made by the famous and godly learned man Iohn Sleidan, and englished by Stephan Wythers.
Sleidanus, Johannes, 1506-1556., Wythers, Stephen.
Printed at London: By Rouland Hall, dwellyng in Gutter Lane, at the signe of the halfe Egle and the Keye, 1563.
|Alternate titles:||De quatuor summis imperiis. English|
History, Ancient -- Early works to 1800.
To the right honora∣ble Lord, the Lord Rushell, Earle of Bed∣ford &c. Stephan Wythers wisheth prosperous health, long lyfe, with encrease of godly honour.
A Table of the principall things, treated of in this booke.
To the Reader.
¶ Faultes escaped in the prynting. Note that. a. signifieth the first side of the page, and. b. the second.
To the most excellent prince, Eberard, Duke of Wirtemberg and of Teke, countye of Mount beliard &c. Iohn Sleidon. S.
The first booke of the foure soueraygne empyres.
The second booke.
The third booke.