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Author: Bünting, Heinrich, 1545-1606.
Title: Itinerarium totius Sacræ Scripturæ. Or, the trauels of the holy patriarchs, prophets, iudges, kings, our sauiour Christ, and his Apostles, as they are related in the Old and New Testaments. With a description of the townes and places to which they trauelled, and how many English miles they stood from Ierusalem. Also a short treatise of the weights, monies, and measures mentioned in the Scriptures, reduced to our English valuations, quantitie, and weight. Collected out of the workes of Henry Bunting, and done into English by R.B.
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Print source: Itinerarium totius Sacræ Scripturæ. Or, the trauels of the holy patriarchs, prophets, iudges, kings, our sauiour Christ, and his Apostles, as they are related in the Old and New Testaments. With a description of the townes and places to which they trauelled, and how many English miles they stood from Ierusalem. Also a short treatise of the weights, monies, and measures mentioned in the Scriptures, reduced to our English valuations, quantitie, and weight. Collected out of the workes of Henry Bunting, and done into English by R.B.
Bünting, Heinrich, 1545-1606., R. B., fl. 1619,

London: Printed by Adam Islip, 1636.
Alternate titles: Itinerarium totius Sacræ Scripturæ. English Itinerarium totius Sacræ Scripturæ. Itinerarium totius Sacræ Scripturæ. Or, the travels of the holy patriarchs, prophets, judges, kings, our saviour Christ, and his Apostles, as they are related in the Old and New Testaments. Travels of the holy patriarchs, prophets, judges, kings, our saviour Christ, and his Apostles, as they are related in the Old and New Testaments.
Notes:
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Bible -- Geography -- To 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A17140.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONOV∣RABLE, SIR HENRY MOVNTAGVE Knight, Lord chiefe Iustice of the Kings Majesties BENCH.
The Preface to the Reader.
A BRIEF DECLARATION of Geometricall Measures.
Of Stades or Furlongs,
How the Romans measured their miles.
The description of the Citie of Ierusalem, as it was before Titus Vespasian destroyed it.
How the Citie Ierusalem is scituate, and standeth distant from Germany.
The scituation of Ierusalem.
The holy Citie of Ierusalem may in this manner be briefely described.
The circuit and bignesse of the City Ierusalem.
Of mount Sion the higher Citie.
Of the steps which descended downe from the citie of Dauid vnto the lower Citie.
Allegoricall or Spirituall significations of mount Sion.
Of Mount Moriah on which the Temple stood.
An Allegoricall or Spirituall interpretation of Mount Moriah.
The description of the Temple of Ierusalem.
Of the Porches or open Courts of the Temple.
A particular description of the three seuerall Porches or Courts belonging to the Temple.
Of the second or middle Court called Solomons Porch.
Of the third Court or porch, wherein the heathens vsed to pray, com∣monly called the Hall of the Gentiles, or outward Court.
The Allegoricall or Spirituall meaning of the Temple.
The mysterie of the white Marble.
The mysterie of the Gold.
The mysterie of the Cedar wood.
The mysterie of the Cherubims.
The mysterie of the golden Dore of the Temple.
What the Vaile of the Temple signified.
The mysterie of the Arke of the Couenant.
The mysterie of the golden Altar.
The mysterie of the golden Candlesticks.
The mysterie of the golden Table.
The mysterie of the golden Vine and the Crystall grapes.
The mysterie of Oblations and Sacrifices.
The mysterie of the vpper Court.
The mysterie of the Fountaine and molten Sea standing vpon twelue Oxen in the vppermost Court.
The mysterie of the middle Court.
Of the outward Court of the Gentiles.
Of the rest of the memorable Buildings standing vpon mount Moriah.
Of the Poole of Bethesda.
Of the tower or castle called Antonia.
Of the Hall called Coenaculum Anguli.
Of the Tower Ophel or the darke Tower.
Of Hamea, or the Tower of the Centurions.
Of Mount Acra and the buildings vpon it.
Of the Valley of Cedron.
Of the Mountaine Bezetha.
Of the towne Neapolis, or the New City.
Of the Walls that compassed the Citie.
Of the gates of Ierusalem.
The gates vpon the North.
The gates vpon the West.
Of the gates within the Citie.
Of the Springs, Valleys, Fountaines, and other memorable places as they were scituated neere to the Citie, and how to the foure parts of the World.
Of the mount of Oliues and Bethania, which signifies a house of mourning.
Of the hill Gihon.
Of the valley of the sonne of Hinnon.
Of the field of bloud, called Hakeldama.
Of the hill Hameskita, or offence and stander.
Of the destruction of this famous Citie of Ierusalem by TITVS VESPASIAN.
How the city of Ierusalem after this destruction by Titus Vespas. was vtterly beaten downe and defaced by Aelius Adr. Caesar, which he re-edifying, called it after his own name Aelia.
The description of Ierusalem and the scituation thereof as it is now in these times.
Of the Temple of the holy Sepulchre.
Of the Temple of Solomon as it is at this day.
Of other buildings within the city of Aelia, which is now called Ierusalem.
Of the Sects that are in and about the Temple of the holy Sepulchre.
Of the Sects of the Iewes.
Of the Saracens and Turkes which inhabit in Ierusalem: of their faith and religion.
A Relation of the Trauells and Peregrinations of the Saints and holy Patriarchs, as they are seuerally men∣tioned in the first Booke of MOSES.
And first of the first man, ADAM.
Of Paradise.
Of the foure Riuers that watered Paradise.
Of the place where Adam and Eua dwelt after the breaking of the commandement, Gen. 3.
Of the place where Cain dwelt.
Of the place where Noah dwelt.
Sem.
Nimroth.
The Trauels of Abraham.
Now followeth the description of the Townes and places.
Haran or Charan, that is, Wrath.
Sichem, a Shoulder.
Tanis, in Hebrew Zoan; an Inne or house of Harbor.
Of the Mount between Bethel and Hay.
Of the Plaine or Oke of Mamre.
Of Hebron.
Of Gerar.
Of Beerazaba.
Of Moriah.
How Abraham may be typically apprehended.
The Trauels of Lot.
The Description of the Townes and places where he trauelled. And first of Sodom.
Of the Lake or dead Sea, called Asphaltides.
The trauell of the two Angels that led Lot out of Sodom.
Of Lots two Daughters.
Of the foure Kings that tooke LOT prisoner.
Of Astoroth.
Of Kiriathaim.
Of Hazezon Thamar.
Of the plentifull valley Siddim.
The Trauels of the Egyptian maid Hagar.
Of the Fountaine of Hagar, which is also called the Well of Life.
Where Ishmael dwelt.
The Trauels of Eleazer the seruant of Abraham.
The Trauels of the Patriarch Isaac.
The typicall signification of Isaac.
The Trauels of the Patriarch Iacob.
The Description of the Townes and places to which Iacob trauelled.
Of Bethel.
Of Gilead.
Of Machanaim.
Of Pnuel or Penuel.
Of Succoth.
Of Salem.
Of Bethlem Euphrata.
Of Rachels graue.
Of the Towne of Aeder.
Of Gosen and Ony.
The typicall signification of the Patriarch Iacob.
Of the Trauels of Esau.
Of mount Sier.
The typicall meaning of Esau.
Of the Trauels of the Patriarch Iuda.
The description of the Townes and places to which the Patriarch Iuda trauelled.
Of Odullam.
Of Thimnah.
Of the Trauels of the Patriarch Ioseph.
A description of the places and cities through which Ioseph trauelled.
Of Dothan.
Of Heliopolis, or the Citie of the Sunne.
Of Goraen Atad.
The interpretation or allegorie of the Patriarch Ioseph, and of his life.
Of the Trauels of the Prophet Moses, and the chil∣dren of Israel out of Aegypt.
The description of the townes and places by which Moses trauelled with the children of Israel.
Of Midian.
Of Horeb.
Of Raemsis.
Of Pihachiroth.
Of the Red sea.
Of the misterie of the red Sea.
Of Baal-Zephon.
Of Marah.
Of Elim.
Of Sin.
Of Raphadim.
Of Mount Sinai.
Of the Graues of Concupiscence.
Of Hazeroth.
Of Rithmah.
Of Rimmon Parez.
Of Libnah.
Of Rissa.
Of Chehelah.
Of Saphar.
Of Harada.
Of Thahath.
Of Maceheloth.
Of Tharah.
Of Mithca.
Of Cades Barnea.
Of Chasmona.
Of Moseroth.
Of Benei Iaacon.
Of Hor Gidgad.
Of Iotbatha.
Of Arbona.
Of Aezion Gaber.
Of Zin-Kades.
Of the mountaine Hor.
Of Zalmona.
Of Phunon.
Of Oboth.
Of Igim.
Of Dibon Gad.
Of Almon Diblathaim.
Of the mountaines Abarim.
Of Iahza.
Of Chezbon.
Of Iaezir.
Of Edrie.
Of Astoroth.
Of Pisgah.
The Trauels of the Prophet Balaam.
Of the Plain of the Vines.
The Trauels of that noble Captaine IOSHVAH.
The description of the seuerall townes and places to which Ioshuah trauelled.
¶ Of Rechob.
Of Haemah or Chaemah.
Of Gilgal.
Of Iericho.
Of Hai or Ai.
Of Gibeon.
Of Ajalon.
Of Azeka.
Of the valley of Achor.
Of Makedah.
Of Libna.
Of Lachis.
Of Eglon.
Of Debir.
Of Asdod or Azotes.
Of Gaza.
Of the riuer Merom.
Of Sidon.
Of Libanus.
Of the riuer Iordan.
Of Hazor.
Of Siloh.
Of Timnah.
The type and mysterie of IOSHVAH.
Where the one and thirty Kings dwelt, ouercome and slain by IOSHVAH, Ios. 10.
THE BOOKE OF IVDGES.
The Trauels of Caleb and Athniel.
The Description of the Townes and places to which they trauelled.
Of Beseck.
Of Zephah.
Of Gaza.
The typicall signification of CALEB.
Of Athniel.
The Trauels of Ehud the third Iudge of Israel.
The Trauels of Ehud.
Of Mount Ephraim.
The Trauels of the sonnes of Hobab the Kenite.
Of Arad.
The Trauels of Iael, the wife of Heber the Kenite, who killed Sisera the Captaine.
Of Deborah and Barak.
The Trauels of Deborah and Barak.
Of Thabor.
Of Hazor.
The Mistery of Deborah.
Of Barak.
Of the trauels GIDEON.
The Description of the Townes and places to which GEDION trauelled.
Of Iesreel.
Of Nobach.
Of Iogbeha.
Of Karkor.
The typicall signification of GEDION.
The Trauels of Abimalech the sixt Iudge of Israel.
Of Thebez.
Of the flight of Iotham which was the brother of Abimelech.
Of Mount Gerizim.
Of Beerah.
Of Thola the seuenth Iudge of Israel.
Of Iair the eighth Iudge of Israel.
The trauels of Ieptha.
Of the Cities and places mentioned in his Trauels.
Of Thob or Tob.
Of Mizpah.
Of Aroer.
Of Minueth.
Of the Plaine of Vines.
Of the death of Ieptha.
Of Ebzan.
Of Elom.
Of Abdon.
The trauels of Sampson.
The description of the seuerall Townes and places to which SAMPSON trauelled.
Of Zarea.
Of Esthaol.
Of Timnah.
Of Ascalon.
Of Gaza.
Of the Riuer Sorek.
Of the rocke Eta.
Of Sampson.
The typicall signification of SAMPSON.
The trauels of the Spies of the Danites.
Of Lais.
The trauels of the Danites.
Of Kiriath-jearim.
The Trauels of the Leuite, whose Concubine the Inhabitants of Gibeon most wickedly abused.
Of Ramath.
The Trauels of the Children of Israel when they fought against the Benjamites.
Of Iabes.
The trauels of ELIMELECH, and his wife NAOMI.
The first Booke of SAMVEL.
The Trauels of HANNA, the mother of the Prophet SAMVEL.
Of Ramathaim Sophim.
How the Arke of God was borne from place to place, after it was won from the children of Israel by the Phili∣stines, 1 Sam. 4.5.6.
¶ Of the Townes and places to which the Arke of the Lord was carried
Of Aphek.
Of Gath.
Of Ekron.
Of Bethsemes.
The Trauels of the Prophet Samuel.
The Typicall signification of Samuel.
The Trauels of King SAVL.
The description of the townes and places to which he trauelled.
Of Bethsaliza.
Of Michmas.
Of Zoba.
Of Carmel.
Of Azekah.
Of Nobe or Nob.
Of Maon.
Of Engedi.
Of Ziph.
Of Gilboa.
Of Endor.
Of Bethsan.
The typicall representation of SAVL.
The Philistines trauels from their Campe to Michmas.
Of Zoboim.
The trauels of Ionathan, Sauls sonne.
The trauels of Abiather, Abimelechs sonne.
Of Kegilah.
The trauels of King Dauid.
The Description of the places to which Dauid trauelled.
Of Ziclag.
Of Sur.
Of Sunem.
Of Gazer.
Of Sichor.
Of Bahurim.
Of Dauids name.
How Dauid was a type of Christ.
The Trauels of ABNER, one of Sauls Captaines.
Of Bithron.
The Trauels of IOAB.
The description of the places to which he trauelled.
Of Gesur.
Of Hadsi.
Of the fountaine Rogel.
The Trauels of Baena and Rechab.
The Trauels of Absalon.
Of Baal-hazor.
Of the name ABSOLON.
The Trauels of the wise woman of Thecoa.
Of Thecoa.
Of ACHITOPHEL.
The Trauels of wicked Shimei,
The Books of Kings and Chronicles.
Of ABISHAG the Virgin that lay with Dauid.
The Trauels of King Solomon.
The description of the places to which he trauelled.
Of Bethoron.
Of Baaelath.
Of Thamar.
The Typicall signification of Solomon.
The Trauels of Solomons Ships.
Of India.
The Trauels of the Queene of Saba.
Of Aethiopia.
Of Saba.
The Trauels of King Pharaoh out of Aegypt, when he ouer∣came the Towne of Gazer, 1 Reg. 9.
Of Memphis.
Of Gazar.
The Trauels of Hadad King of Idumaea.
Of Reson, Solomons aduersarie.
The Trauels of the Kings of Israel; and first of IEROBOAM.
The Description of the townes and places to which IEROBOAM trauelled.
Of Zemeraim.
Of Thirza.
Of the yeares of the iniquitie of Israel.
Of Ieroboams wife Queene of Israel.
The journey of the man of God which came out of Iuda.
The Trauels of NADAB, the second King of Israel.
Of Gibithon.
The Trauels of Baesa King of Israel.
Of Ramah.
Of Ella or Elah King of Israel.
Of Zimri King of Israel.
The Trauels of Omri King of Israel.
Of Samaria.
Of Hiel that built Iericho againe.
The Trauels of King Ahab.
The Description of Carmel, Apheck and Ramoth, you may reade before.
Of Iesreel.
Of Ahaziah the sonne of Ahab.
The Trauels of Iehoram King of Israel.
The Trauels of Iehu King of Israel.
Of Iehoahas King of Israel.
The Trauels of Ioas King of Israel.
Of Bethsemes.
The Trauels of Ieroboam the second of that name King of Israel.
Of Zachariah King of Israel.
Of Sallum King of Israel.
The Trauels of Menahem.
Of Thypsa.
Of PEKAHIA King of Israel.
The Trauels of PEKAH King of Israel.
Of HOSEA the last King of Israel.
The Trauels of the People which SALMANASSER Em∣perour of the Assyrians sent to dwell in the Land of Israel.
The Trauels of the Kings of Syria that made warre vpon the Kings of Israel. And first of the Trauels or incursions of BENHADAD.
The Trauels of the Captaines which Benhadad King of Syria sent to waste and destroy the land of Baesa King of Israel.
¶ The Description of the Places to which they trauelled.
Hion and Dan.
Of Chineroth.
The Trauels of NAAMAN the Syrian.
The Trauels of HASAEL King of Syria.
The Trauels of BENHADAD second of that name, King of Syria.
The Trauels of RESIN King of Syria.
The Trauels of the Kings of Iudah which reigned in the City of Ierusalem: and first of the Trauels of REHOBOHAM.
Of Maresa.
Of Bethzura.
Of Zareah.
Of Adoraijm.
The Trauels of King Abia.
The Trauels of ASA King of Iudah.
The journey and expedition of Saerah King of Aethiopia, whom Asa King of Iudah ouercame in the valley of Zephatha.
The Trauels of IEHOSAPHAT King of Iudah.
The Typicall signification of IEHOSAPHAT.
The Trauels of IORAM King of Iudah.
The Trauels of AHAZIAH King of Iudah.
Of that Idolatrous and wicked Queene Athalia.
Of Ioas King of Iudah.
The Trauels of Amasiah King of Iuda.
The Trauels of Azariah, or Vzziah King of Iudah.
Of the places to which he trauelled.
Of Elah.
Of Iabnia.
Of Gur-Baal.
The Trauels of Iotham King of Iudah.
Of Ahaz King of Iudah.
The Trauels of Ahaz.
The Trauels of Ezekias King of Iuda.
The Trauels of Manasses.
Of Amon King of Iuda.
The Trauels of King Iosiah.
The Trauels of Iehoahas King of Iudah.
Of Iehoiakim King of Iuda.
Of Iehoiachin King of Iudah.
The Trauels of Zedekiah the last King of Iudah.
Of the destruction of Ierusalem by Nabuchadonezar.
Of Babylon.
Of the ruines of old Babylon that are extant at this day.
The Trauels of the Babylonian and Assyrian Kings and Emperours that fought against Israel and Iudah. And first of Phul Belochus King of Assyria.
The Trauels of TIGLAT PHVLASSER King of the Assyrians.
OF the city Niniveh you may reade after, in the trauels of Io∣nas the Prophet.
Of Kyr, which is commonly called Cyrene.
The Trauels of King SALMANASSER.
The Trauels of SENACHARIB King of the Assyrians.
Of Assarhaddon King of the Assyrians.
Of Merodach the first Emperor of the Babylonians.
Of Ben-Merodach Emperor of Babylon.
Of Nebuchadnezar first of that name, Emperor of Babylon.
The Trauels of Nebuchadnezar the second of that name, Emperor of Babylon.
¶ The Description of the Cities and places that haue not as yet been mentioned.
Of Carchemis.
Of Pelusio.
Of Tyrus or Zor.
Of Evil-Merodach Emperor of the Babylonians and Assyrians.
Of Niriglissoroor Emperor of Babylon.
Of Labassardach the last Emperor of the Babylonions.
Of Balthazar Nabonidus the last Emperor of the Babylonians and Assyrians.
¶ The Trauels of the Kings of Aegypt that fought against of Iudah. And first of SISACK, who made war vpon Rehoboam the sonne of Solomon.
The Trauels of PHARAOH NECHO King of Ae∣gypt, who made warre vpon IOSIAH King of Iudah.
The Trauels of the holy Prophets, and first of the Prophet ELIAH.
Of the Cities and places to which he trauelled.
Of Thisbe.
Of Kerith.
Of Zarpath, or Sarepta.
Of Abelmehola.
The typicall signification of ELIAS.
The trauels of the Prophet Elisaeus or Elisha.
The Typicall signification of Elisha.
Tha Trauels of the Shunamite, whose sonne, Elisha had raised from death to life.
Of the Prophet Isaiah or Iesaia.
The Trauels of the Prophet Ieremias.
The trauels of Vrijah the Prophet.
Of Hananias the false Prophet.
Of the Prophet Ezekiel.
Of the Riuer Chebar.
The Trauels of the Prophet Daniel.
Of the places to which he trauelled.
Of Susan.
Of the Riuer Eulaeo.
Of Elam.
Of Egbatana or Egbatan.
The typicall signification of Daniel.
Of the Prophet Hosea.
Of the Prophet Ioel.
Of The Prophet Amos.
Of the Prophet Obediah.
The Trauels of the Prophet Ionah.
Of Gath Hepher.
Of Iapho.
Of Tharsis.
Of the Euxine sea.
Of Ninus or Nineveh.
The spirituall signification of the Prophet Ionas
Of the Prophet Micah.
Of the Prophet Nahum.
Of the Prophet Habacuck.
Of the Prophet Zephania.
Of the Prophets Haggai and Zacharia.
Of the Prophet Malachi.
An Instruction how the Prophets may rightly bee vnderstood.
An alphabeticall Table of all the Countries and Cities mentioned in the Prophets.
part
Of Esdras the Lawyer.
Of the land of Caspia.
Of Nehemia.
Of the name and typicall signification of Nehemiah.
The Trauels of Serubabel.
The Booke of ESTER.
The Types and Allegories collected out of the Booke of Ester.
Of that holy man Iob.
Of Eliphaz.
The Trauels of Eliphaz the Themanite.
Of Bildad, Iobes friend.
Of Zophar the friend of Iob.
Of Iobs daughters.
APOCRYPHA. The Booke of IVDETH.
Of Egbatana.
Of Hydaspes.
The description of the countries conquered by HOLOFERNES.
Of Kedar.
Of the mountaines of Ange.
Of Cilicia.
Of Mallos.
Of Gesem.
Of Aethyopia.
Of Esdrelon.
Of Sobal.
Of Apamea.
Of the city Bethulia.
The Booke of TOBIAS.
The Trauels of Tobias the elder.
The Trauels of the Angell Raphel, and yong Tobias.
¶ The description of the places mentioned in their trauels. Of Nepthaly.
Of Rages a city of the Medes.
Of Iesus the sonne of Syrach.
Of the great city Alexandria.
Vpon the Booke of MACHABES.
The Trauels of Antiochus Epiphanes.
¶ Of the Cities and places mentioned in his Trauels.
Of Antiochia.
Of Rome.
Of Tharsus.
Of Persepolis.
Where that holy Priest Mattathias the father of Iudas Machabeus dwelt.
The Trauels of Iudas Machabeus.
Of the townes and places to which he trauelled.
Of Caspin.
Of Asseremoth, otherwise called Gazaron.
Of the Tubiani.
Of Caphar-Salama.
Of Adarsa.
The Typicall signification of Iudas Macchabeus.
The Trauels of Ionathan, the brother of Iudas Macchabeus.
The description of the places mentioned in his Trauels.
Of Medaba.
Of Bethbesan.
Of Ptolomais.
Of Eleutherius.
Of Genezereth.
Of the field Chazor.
Of Zabadei.
Of Addus.
Of Ador.
Of Baschamah.
The Trauels of the high Priest SIMON, the brother of IVDAS MACCHABEVS.
¶ The description of the places mentioned in his Trauels.
Of Arabath.
Of Sephela.
Of Doch.
The Trauels of Iohn Hyrcanus.
¶ Of the Kings of Syria that succeeded Antiochus Epiphanes, and made war vpon the MACHABEES. And first of the Trauels of Antiochus Eupator.
The Trauels of Demetrius Soter the brother of Antiochus Epiphanes.
Of Tripolis.
The Trauels of King Alexander son of Epiphanes, and brother to Antiochus Eupator.
Of Amanus.
The Trauels of Demetrius Nicanor, the sonne of Demetrius Soter.
¶ Of the Places to which he trauelled.
Of Creta, now called Candia.
Of Seleucia.
Of Syria.
Of Parthia.
Of Hyrcania.
The Trauels of Tryphon, that put Antiochus to death.
¶ Of the places mentioned in his trauels, which haue been formerly recited.
Of Dora.
Of Orthosia.
The Trauels of Heliodorus.
The Trauels of the high-Priests of the Iewes that ruled before the Machabees, as they are seuerally mentio∣ned in the Books of Machabees. And first of the tra∣uels of Onias the high-Priest.
The Trauels of the high-Priest Iason.
Of Lacedemonia, the metropolitan city of Peloponesus.
The Trauels of the high-Priest Menelaus.
The Trauels of Alcimus, High-Priest of the poste∣ritie of Aaron.
¶ Of the places to which he trauelled.
Of Arbela.
Of Masloth.
Of Berea.
The quantities of the Monies both Siluer and Gold, as they are seuerally mentioned in the Scriptures, re∣duced to our Weights and English valuations,
Of a Sicle.
Of a Mina.
Of a Talent.
Of other Weights vsed among the Iews.
Of the gold Weight among the Iewes.
Of gold weights which were not originally the Iewes, but borrowed of other Nations, and vsed amongst them.
¶ That these things may appeare the plainer vnto you, I haue here added the principall summes of mony, reduced to our English valuations, as they are seuerally mentioned in the most places of Scripture. And first out of Genesis.
Genesis.
Exodus.
Leviticus.
Numbers.
Deuteronomy.
Ioshuah.
Iudges.
I Samuel.
II Samuel.
I. Kings.
II. Kings.
I Chronicles.
II Chronicles.
Esdras.
Nehemiah.
Ester.
Ezekiel.
Tobias.
I Macchabeus.
II Macchabees.
Now followeth the Reckonings of the monies in the NEW TESTAMENT.
And first of Matthew.
Marke.
Luke.
Iohn.
Acts.
Of the ancient Money and Coyne that was vsed amongst the Graecians and Romans.
Of the Graecian coine; and first of their Siluer and Brasse Nummus or Money.
Of the Asiaticke siluer.
Of the gold coines among the Graecians.
Of the Asiaticke Gold.
Of the Graecian Mina and Talents.
Of the Coines and Moneyes of the ancient Romans: and first of the Brasse Money.
Of the siluer mony amongst the Romans.
Of the gold among the Romans.
Of the gold after the seat of the Empire was translated to Byzantium or Constantinople.
Of the siluer and brasse money of the Empire; after it was translated to Constantinople.
Of the Roman summes of Money.
The Hebrew, Greeke, and Latine Measures reduced to ours, whereby you may find the quantity of all such Measures as are mentioned in the Old and New Testament.
Of the Corne Measures.
Of the measures of Wine and Beere.
The Measures mentioned in the old Testament. And first of GENESIS.
Exodus.
Leviticus.
Numbers.
Deuteronomie.
Iudges.
Ruth.
I Samuel.
I Kings.
II Kings.
II Chronicles.
The Measures mentioned in the New Testament. And first of Matthew.
Luke.
Iohn.
Revel. 6.6.
Examples collected out of prophane Histories, by which you may perceiue the profit that may arise by the due vse of this Treatise, to all such as reade the Gre∣cian and Roman Histories.
Of Pythius King of Lydia. Herodot. 7.
Of Croesus the mighty King of Lydia.
The first rule for Drachma's.
The second rule of Mina's.
The third rule of Talents.
A Catalogue of the principall Authors out of whom this foregoing Treatise of Weights and Measures, &c. was gathered.
Itinerarium Novi Testamenti. Wherein is contained the Trauels of the Vir∣gin MARY, and IOSEPH; also of the Wise-men of the East, of our Sauiour Iesus Christ, and of his Apostles.
Of Zacharias the father of Iohn Baptist.
The Trauels of the Virgin Mary.
Now followes the description of the townes and places to which she trauelled. Of Nazareth.
Of the mountaines by which Mary passed when she went to visit her cosen Elizabeth.
Of Bethlehem.
Of the way betweene Iudaea and Aegypt.
Of Hermopilis.
Of Canah in Galile.
Of Capernaum.
The trauels of the Wise-men out of the East, which came to Bethlehem to see IESVS.
Of the Starre that appeared to the Wise-men in the East.
The Trauels of Iohn Baptist.
Of the townes and places to which he trauelled. Of Adumim.
Of Bethabara.
Of Aenon.
Of Macherus or Macharuntes.
The Trauels of our Lord and Sauiour Christ in his infancie, Matthew 3. Luke 2.
The trauels of our Lord and Sauiour Iesus Christ, from his Baptisme till the first yeare of his Ministrie.
The Trauels of our Sauior Christ in the first yeare of his Mi∣nistery, which was the 31 of his age.
¶ Of the Townes and places to which he trauelled. Of Canain Galile.
Of Capernaum.
Of Sichar.
The Trauels of our Sauiour Christ in the second yeare of his Ministerie; which was the two and thirtieth yeare of his age.
Of the townes and places to which he trauelled.
Of Caesarea Philippi.
Of Peraea.
Of the sea of Galile.
Of the holy mountaine neere Capernaum in Galile.
Of Naim.
Of Gadara.
Of Genesareth.
The Trauels of our Sauiour Christ in the third yeare of his Ministrie, which was the three and thirtieth yeare of his age.
Of the townes and places to which he trauelled.
Of Bethsaida.
Of Chorazin.
Of Tiberias.
Of Tyrus or Zor.
Of Zidon.
Of Cana Syro-Phoenicea.
Of Trachonitis.
Of Decapolis.
Of Magdala.
Of Thabor.
The Trauels of Christ in the fourth yeare of his Ministery, be the foure and thirtieth of his age.
¶ Of the townes and places to which he trauelled.
Of Iericho.
Of Ephraim.
Of Bethania.
Of Bethpage.
Of the Castle from whence the Asse and the Colt were brought vpon which our Sauiour rode to Ierusalem.
Of the Mount of Oliues.
Of Gethsamene.
Of Kidron or Cedron.
Of Mount Caluarie.
The Description of the holy Sepulchre.
Of Emmaus.
Of Simon of Cyrene.
Of Ioseph of Arimathea who buried Christ.
The Trauels of Peter.
Allegations of the Author to proue that Peter was neuer at Rome.
¶ Of the Townes and places to which he trauelled.
Of Samaria.
Of Lidda.
Of Caesarea Strato.
Of Ioppa.
Of Babylon in Egypt.
The Trauels of Saint Iohn, with the Annotation of the Times wherein he liued.
¶ The testimony of the Fathers concerning Iohn.
¶ The description of the townes and places to which Iohn trauelled.
Of Ephesus.
Of Pathmos.
Of Smyrna.
Of Pergamus.
Of Thyatira.
Of Sardis.
Of Philadelphia.
Of Laodicea.
The Trauels of Philip.
The Trauels of the Aethiopian which was Eunuch to Queene Candaces, who kept her court in Saba.
Of Saba.
An Introduction to the Trauels of Saint Paul.
The Trauels of the holy Apostle S. Paul, with an axact annotation of the times.
Of the townes and places to which he trauelled.
of Tarsus or Tharsus.
Of Damascus.
Of Arabia.
Of Antiochia.
The second Trauels of the Apostle Paul, in the company of Barnabas.
Of the townes and places to which he trauelled.
Of Cyprus.
Of Salamais.
Of Paphos.
Of Perga.
Of Antiochia in Pisidia.
Of Iconium.
Of Lystra.
Of Darbe.
Of Attalia.
The third Trauels of Paul in the company of Sylas.
¶ Of the townes and places to which he trauelled.
Of Cilicia.
Of Galatia.
Of Phrygia.
Of Bythinia.
Of Mysia.
Of Troas.
Of Samothracia, ot Samothrace.
Of Neapolis.
Of Philippa.
Of Amphipolis.
Of Apollonia.
Of Thessalonia or Thessalonica.
Of Berraea.
Of Athens.
Of Corinthia.
The fourth peregrination of the Apostle Paul.
Of the townes and places to which he trauelled.
And first of Assus.
Of Mitylene.
Of Chius.
Of Samus.
Of Trogyllium.
Of Myletus.
Of Cous.
Of Rhodes.
Of Patara.
The Trauels of S. Paul when he was taken captiue and carried Prisoner to Rome.
Of the townes and places to which he trauelled.
Of Antipatris.
Of Myra.
Of Gnidus.
Of Creta.
Of Clauda.
Of Syrtis.
Of Mylete.
Of Syracusa.
Of Rhegium.
Of Puteoli.
Of Colossa.
Of Nicopolis.
Of Rome.
A Table of the Persons, Townes, and places men∣tioned in the foregoing Treatise.