|Author:||Thorne, William, 1568 or 9-1630.|
|Title:||Esoptron basilikon. Or A kenning-glasse for a Christian king. Taken out of the 19. chapter of the gospell of Saint Iohn, the 5. verse, in the words 3 Behold the man. And treated on by William Thorne, Deane of Chichester, and his Maiesties Hebrew reader in the Vniuersity of Oxford.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Esoptron basilikon. Or A kenning-glasse for a Christian king. Taken out of the 19. chapter of the gospell of Saint Iohn, the 5. verse, in the words 3 Behold the man. And treated on by William Thorne, Deane of Chichester, and his Maiesties Hebrew reader in the Vniuersity of Oxford.
Thorne, William, 1568 or 9-1630.
At London: Imprinted by R. R[ead] for Iohn Harrison , dwelling in Pater-noster-rowe, at the signe of the Anchor, 1603.
|Alternate titles:||Esoptron basilikon Kenning-glasse for a Christian king.|
First two words of title in Greek characters.
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Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE MOST mightie Monarch, and puissant Prince, IAMES, of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, King, defender of the Faith, &c. Grace, Mercie, and Peace from him, which was, and which is, and which is to come.