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Title: All the famous battels that haue bene fought in our age throughout the worlde, as well by sea as lande set foorth at large, liuely described, beautified, and enriched with sundry eloquent orations, and the declaratio[n]s of the causes, with the fruites of them. Collected out of sundry good authors, whose names are expressed in the next page.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: All the famous battels that haue bene fought in our age throughout the worlde, as well by sea as lande set foorth at large, liuely described, beautified, and enriched with sundry eloquent orations, and the declaratio[n]s of the causes, with the fruites of them. Collected out of sundry good authors, whose names are expressed in the next page.
Polemon, John,

Imprinted at London: By Henrye Bynneman, & Francis Coldock, [1578]
Notes:
All the famous battels that have bene fought in our age throughout the worlde, as well by sea as lande. Part 1.
Edited by John Polemon, whose name appears on A1v.
Publication date from STC.
A second part was published in 1587.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Battles -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A09824.0001.001

Contents
title page
Authors from whome this vvorke is selected.
¶ TO THE RIGHT HO∣norable, Christopher Hatton, Captaine of the Queenes Maiesties Garde attending vpon hir most royall person, Vicechamber∣laine to hir Highnesse, and one of hir Maiesties most honourable priuis Counsell.
The battell fought in Anno Domini. 1495. at Tarro in Italy, not farre from Parma, betvveene Charles the French King, the eight of that name, and the Venetians and Milanese, vnder the conduct of the Marques of Mantoa.
Of the Battell of Seminara, foughte in the kingdome of Naples in Anno. 1495. betvveene Verdinande King of Naples, and the great Gonsalues Cap∣tayne of the Spanyardes on the one syde, and the Lordes Obegnie and Persiue for Charles the Frenche Kyng on the other.
The Battell of Eboli, fought in the King∣dome of Naples, betvveene Persiue, Chiefe∣tayne for Charles the French King, and Thomas Carafa Rarie of Matalone, Generall for Ferdinande the King of Naples, in Anno. 1495.
Of the Battell of Terranoua, foughte in the kingdome of Naples, betvveene the Lorde Obegny, Chiefetayne for Lewes the French Kyng, and Hu∣go of Cardonna, Captaine for Ferdinande the King of Spayne, in Anno. 1506.
The Battell of Gioia, fought in the King∣dome of Naples, betvveene the Lord Obegny, Generall for the Frenche Kyng, and Andrado, for Ferdinande the Kyng of Spayne, in Anno. 1506.
¶ The Battell of Cerignola, foughte in the Kyngdome of Naples by the Duke of Ne∣moures, Viceroy and Generall for Lewes the Frenche King, and the great Gonsalues, Viceroy and Lieutenant Generall for Fer∣dinande the Kyng of Spayne, in Anno. 1506.
¶ The Battell of Vaila or Giaradda, fought in Lumbardie, betvveene Levves the .xij. King of Fraunce, and the Venetians, in An. Domini. 1509.
¶ The Battell of Rauenna, fought in Italy, betvvene Gascon of Foix Duke of Nemours, generall for the Frenche king, Lewes the twelfth, and Reymund de Cardonna, viceroy of Naples, & general for the king of Spayn, and Iulius the Pope. Anno. 1512.
¶ The Battell of Riotta or Nouara, fought in the Duchie of Milan, betvveene Iohn Tri∣vulzi, and the Lord Tremouille, Generalles for the French King Lewes the twelfth on the one syde, and Maximilian Sforza, the Duke of Milan, and the Switzers on the other, in Anno. 1513. out of Iouius his historie.
The Battel of Ginghat, fought in Picardie betvveene Henry the eight King of England, and Monsieur de Piennes, generall for Lewes the French king, in Anno Domin. 1513.
¶ Flodden fielde fought betweene Iames the fourth King of the Scottes, and Thomas Earle of Surrey, Generall for Henry the eyghte Kyng of En∣glande in Anno. 1513. out of Paulus Iouius.
¶ The Battell of Vlmo fought in Venegia, betvvene Raimonde of Cardona Generall of the armie of the league made by Maximilian the Emperour, Fer∣dinande the King of Spaine: and Bartholmewe de la Aluiano or Liuiano, Generall for the Venetians in Anno. 1513. Oute of Iouius.
¶ A Battell fought in anno. 1514. at the ri∣uer of Boristhenes betvvene. Basilius the great Duke of Moscouie, and Constantine Generall of Sigismunde King of Polande. Out of Iouius.
¶ The Battell of Chois, in Armenia the greate, fought the fifte of August in anno. 1514. betweene Selym the greate Turke, and Ismaell the Sophy of Persiae.
¶ The Battell of Marignano, fought not farre from the Citie of Milan, betvvene Francis the French King, the first of that name, and the Switzers vnder the conduct of Mathew the Cardinall of Sion, and Rosti, but in the quarrel of Maximilian the Duke of Milan, in anno. 15 15. Out of Iouius
¶ The Battell at Synga fought in Syria be∣tvvene Selym the great Turke, and Campson the Sult an of AEgipt, in anno. 15 16. Out of Iouius.
¶ The Battell of Gaza, fought betweene Synambassa Chiestaine for Selym the Turke, and Gazelles Lieutenaunt of Tomumbey the Soldan of Aegipt in anno. 15.16. Out of Ionius.
¶ Three battayles fought betweene Selym the great Turke, and Tomumbey the Sultan of Egypt, in the yeares. 1516. and. 17. Out of Iouius.
The Battell at Caire.
The Battell at Nilus.
¶ The Battell of Bicona, foughte in the Dutchy of Milan betvvene Prospero de Co∣lonna, and Ferdinande Marques of Pescara, Generals for Charles the Emperour, and the Lorde Lantrech Chieftine for Francis the French King in Anno. 1522 taken out of Io••• in the life of the Marques of Pescara.
¶ The battell fought at Pauia in Lumbar∣dy betvveene Frauncis the French King and Charles Duke of Burbon, Charles de Lanoy viceroy of Naples the Marquesse of Pescara captains for Charles the fift Emperour on Saint Mathies day in anno .1525. written by Iouius in the life of the Marques of Pescara.
¶ The Battell of Nugas in Hungarie, fought in Anno domini. 1526. betvvene So∣lyman the great Turke, and Lewes the king of Hungarie.
¶ A Battell foughte on the sea in Anno domini. 1528. at the Cape of Orso in the king∣dome of Naples betvvene Vgo de Moncada, and other Imperi∣alles, and Philippine Doria, for the French King Frauncu the strf.
¶ Of the Battell of Landriano in the Du∣chie of Milan, fought Anno domini. 1529. betvvene Antonio de Leua general for Charles the Emperour, and Francis of Burbon, Conte of S. Poule, generall for Francis the French King,
¶ The Battell of Frumentaria fought on the sea by Rodoricke Portundo, Admirall vnto Charles the fift, and Aidin, and other miscreant Pirates, in Anno Domini. 1529.
¶ The Battell of Gabiniano, sought be∣tvveene Philibert Prince of Orange generall for the Emperour Charles the v. and Fer••i a Captaine of the Flor••tines, in Anno. 1530.
¶ The Battell of Exech, fought in Hun∣garie betvvene Cazzianer Generall for King Ferdinande, and Mahout Lieutenant for Slyman the Turke, in anno 1537. Out of Iouius.
¶ The Battell of Buda or Ofen, foughte in Hungarie betvveene Mahomer Bassa Generall for Solyman the greate Turke, and VVilliam Earle of Rocandulphe, Chiefetaine for Ferdinande the King of Hungarie, in Anno. 1451. Out of Ionius.
¶ The Battell of Ceresoles, foughte in Piemonte bevveene Alphons Marques of Guaesto, Generall for Charles the fift, Emperour, and Francis Duke of Anghieu, Generall for Francis the French King, in Anno. 154. Out of Paulus Iouius.
¶ The Battell of Scriuia in Lumbardie, betvveene the Prince of Salerne Generall for Charles the Emperour, and Peter Strozzi Chieftaine for Francis the French king, in Anno. 1544. Out of Iouius.
¶ The Battell of Locken foughte in Sa∣xon, betvvene Charles the fift, Emperour of Rome, and Iohn Fredericke Duke of Saxonie, in Anno 1547. 24. of Aprill Out of Natalis Comes.
¶ Muscleborough fielde fought in Scot∣lande betvvene Edvvard Duke of Somerset, and Iames Hamelton Earle of Arraine, Regents of Englande and Scotland, during the nonage of Edwarde and Marie, the Princes of the saide Realmes, in Anno. 1547. Taken out of VVilliam Patens.
¶ The Battell of Weser fought in Saxonie by Morrice Duke and Prince Elector of Saxonie and his confederates, against Albert Marques of Brandenburg, in Anno. 1553. Out of Natalis sinnes.
¶ The Battell of Martiano, fought in the territorie of Sene in Italie, betvveene Iohn Iames, Marques of Marignano, Generall for Charles the v. Emperour of Rome, and Peter de Strozzi Chiefetaine for Henrie the seconde, King of Fraunce, Anno. 1553. Out of Natalis Comes.
¶ The Battell fought at Saint Quintines in France, betvvene Anne Montmorencie high Constable of France, & General for Henrie the French King, and Emanuell Philibert Duke of Sauy, Lieutenant Generall for Philip King of Spaine, in Anno. 1557. Out of Natalis Cmes.
¶ The Battell foughte at Graueling in Flaunders betvvene Monsieur de Termes Generalt for Henrie the seconde, King of France, and the Conte Egmont Chiefetaine for Philip the king of Spayne, in Anno. 1558. Taken out of the Commentaries of Lewes Guicciardine.
¶ The Battell of Dreux fought in Nor∣mandie betvvene Levves of Burbon prince of Conde, & Anne Montmorencie high Constable of France, in the yeare of our Lorde 1562. Taken out of the Commen∣taries of the state of Religion, and the Common wealth in Fraunce.
¶ The Battell foughte at Saint Dennis neare to Paris in France, betvvene Levves of Burbon Prince of Conde, and Annas Montmorencie Con∣stable of France, in Anno. 1567. Taken out of the booke intituled, The true and entier historie of the troubles and things memorable, which haue happened as well in France as in Flaunders and the countrie about, since Anno. 162. sup∣posed to be made by the Lorde.
¶ The ouerthrow giuen by Lewes Con∣te of Nassau, vnto Iohn Earle of Aremberg at Damme in Freselande, and the discomfiture of the sayde Iewes by Ferdinande Duke of Alua, at Hieminguen in Freselande aforesayde, in Anno. 1568. Out of Popellenier.
¶ The battell of Bassac, fought in Poitou in France, betvvene Henrie Duke of An∣iou, brother and Lieutenant Generall of Charles the ninth, King of Fraunce, and Lewes Prince of Conde Generall of the Protestantes, in Anno. 1569.
¶ The Battell of Moncontour, foughte in Poitou in Fraunce, betvveene Henrie Duke of Aniou, and Henrie Prince of Bearne, the tenthe of October, in Anno. 1569.
¶ The Battell of Lepanto, fought by sea vpon the coast of Greece, betvveene the nauy of the Christian league, vnder the cōduct of Don Iohn de Austria, and the Turkish fleete, gouerned by Haly Bassa, in Anno. 1572. Out of Peter de Bizari.
The Conclusion.
¶ A Table expressing the names of such bat∣tels as are set forth in this Historie, also in what yeare, and by whom they were fought.