|Author:||Sturm, Johannes, 1507-1589.|
|Title:||A ritch storehouse or treasurie for nobilitye and gentlemen, which in Latine is called Nobilitas literata, written by a famous and excellent man, Iohn Sturmius, and translated into English by T.B. Gent. Seene and allowed according to the order appointed.|
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A ritch storehouse or treasurie for nobilitye and gentlemen, which in Latine is called Nobilitas literata, written by a famous and excellent man, Iohn Sturmius, and translated into English by T.B. Gent. Seene and allowed according to the order appointed.
Sturm, Johannes, 1507-1589., Browne, Thomas,
Imprinted at London: By Henrie Denham, dwelling in pater noster row at the signe of the Starre., Anno Domini. 1570.
|Alternate titles:||Nobilitas literata. English Nobilitas literata.|
A translation of: Nobilitas literata.
Translator's dedication signed: Thomas Browne.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Education -- Early works to 1800.
To the Right Honorable, vertuous, and my singuler good Lord, Lord Philip Hovvard Erle of Surrey, all felicitie and happynesse.
❧ To the friendly Reader.
¶A ritch Storehouse or Treasure for nobilitie and Gentlemen.