|Author:||Ennenckel, Georgius Acacius, b. 1573.|
|Title:||Gymnasiarchon, or, The schoole of potentates wherein is shewn, the mutability of worldly honour / written in Latine by Acatius Evenkellius ; Englished, with some illustrations and observations, by T. N. ...|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Gymnasiarchon, or, The schoole of potentates wherein is shewn, the mutability of worldly honour / written in Latine by Acatius Evenkellius ; Englished, with some illustrations and observations, by T. N. ...
Ennenckel, Georgius Acacius, b. 1573., Nash, Thomas, 1567-1601.
London: Printed by Richard Bishop, 1648.
|Alternate titles:||Sejanus, seu, De praepotentibus regum ac principum ministris, commonefactio. English|
First word of title in Greek characters.
Errata: p. 450.
Imperfect: cropped and tightly bound, with print show-through and slight loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the University of Illinois Library.
Pride and vanity.
To the Reader.
Acatius Evenkellius his Advertisement, to such as are in grace and favour with their Princes.
CHAP. I. Of Examples.
CHAP. II. Of Causes.
CHAP. III. Of Remedies.
Illustrations and Ob∣servations upon EVENKELIUS.
Observations upon the chang∣ing of Tiberius his man∣ners and honours.
Observations upon Tiberius retyring himselfe in his old age to Capreas.
Observations upon the death of Plautianus.
Observations upon the dis∣carding of Apelles.
Observations upon the usurpa∣tion of Carolus.
Errors in the Printing.