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Author: Virgil.
Title: The whole .xii. bookes of the Æneidos of Virgill. Whereof the first .ix. and part of the tenth, were conuerted into English meeter by Thomas Phaër Esquire, and the residue supplied, and the whole worke together newly set forth, by Thomas Twyne, Gentleman. There is added moreouer to this edition, Virgils life out of Donatus, and the argument before euery booke
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2011-12 (EEBO-TCP Phase 2).
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Print source: The whole .xii. bookes of the Æneidos of Virgill. Whereof the first .ix. and part of the tenth, were conuerted into English meeter by Thomas Phaër Esquire, and the residue supplied, and the whole worke together newly set forth, by Thomas Twyne, Gentleman. There is added moreouer to this edition, Virgils life out of Donatus, and the argument before euery booke
Virgil., Phayer, Thomas, 1510?-1560., Donatus, Aelius., Twyne, Thomas, 1543-1613.

Imprinted at London: By Wyllyam How, for Abraham Veale, dwelling in Poules Churchyearde, at the signe of the Lambe, 1573.
Alternate titles: Aeneis. English
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A14480.0001.001

Contents
title page
¶ To the Right honorable Sir Nicholas Bacon Knight, one of the Queenes Maiesties most honorable priuie Coun∣sell, and Lorde keeper of the great Seale of England.
Virgils life, set foorth, as it is supposed, by Aelius Donatus, and done into English.
THE ARGVMENTES of the twelue bookes of Aeneidos, expressed in twelue verses.
¶ A GENERAL SVM WHEREOF ALL THE XII. BOOKES OF AENEIDOS DO ENTREATE.
¶ The first booke of the Aeneidos of Ʋirgil.
¶ The seconde booke of the Aeneidos of Ʋirgil.
¶ The thirde booke of the Aeneidos of Ʋirgil.
book 4
¶ The fifth booke of the Aeneidos of Ʋirgil.
¶ The syxt booke of the Aeneidos of Ʋirgil.
¶ The seuenth booke of the Aeneidos of Ʋirgil.
¶ The eyght booke of the Aeneidos of Ʋirgil.
¶ The ninth booke of the Aeneidos of Ʋirgil.
¶ The tenth booke of the Aeneidos of Ʋirgil.
The eleuenth booke of the Aeneidos of Ʋirgil.
¶ The twelfth booke of the Aeneidos of Ʋirgil.
Master Phaers Conclusion to his interpretation of the Aeneidos of Virgil, by him conuerted into English verse.
Errours escaped in the printinge.