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Author: Bruni, Leonardo, 1369-1444.
Title: A most worthy and famous vvorke, bothe pleasant and profitable, conteyning the longe and cruell warres between the Gothes and the valyant Romayne emperours, for the possession of Italy. VVith the vvounderful chances that hapned to both nations: / written in the Italian tongue, and nevvly translated into English by A.G.
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Print source: A most worthy and famous vvorke, bothe pleasant and profitable, conteyning the longe and cruell warres between the Gothes and the valyant Romayne emperours, for the possession of Italy. VVith the vvounderful chances that hapned to both nations: / written in the Italian tongue, and nevvly translated into English by A.G.
Bruni, Leonardo, 1369-1444., Procopius.

Imprinted at London,: by VVyllyam Hovv, for George Bucke., [ca. 1565]
Alternate titles: De bello Italico adversus Gothos gesto. English
Subject terms:
Goths -- Italy -- Early works to 1800.
Italy -- History -- 476-774 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B00982.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the ryghte ho∣norable Sir William Sicill Knighte principall Secretarie to the Queenes Maiestie and Maister of her hyghnesse Court of wardes and liueries, Arthur Golding wisheth continuance of health, with encrease of honour.
TO THE READER
The preface of Leonard Aretine, vnto hys bookes of the warres in Italye againste the Gothes.
The fyrst Booke of Leonard Aretine, concer∣nyng the warres in Italy against the Gothes.
❧ The first Chapter.
❧ The .ij. Chapter.
❧ The .iij. Chapter.
❧ The .iiij. Chapter.
❧ The .v. Chapter
❧ The .vj. Chapter.
❧ The .vij. Chapter.
❧ The .viij. Chapter.
The .ix. Chapter.
❧ The .x. Chapter.
❧ The .xi. Chapter.
The .xij. Chapter.
¶ The .xiii. Chapter.
¶ The .xiiii. Chapter.
The second booke of Lenard Aretine, concer∣nyng the warres in Italy against the Gothes.
❧ The first Chapter.
❧ The .ij. Chapter.
The .iii. Chapter.
❧ The iiij. Chapter.
¶ The .v. Chapter.
The .vi. Chapter.
¶ The .vii. Chapter.
The .viii. Chapter.
¶ The .ix. Chapter.
The thyrde booke of Lenard Aretine, concer∣nyng the warres in Italy against the Gothes.
❧ The first Chapter.
The .ij. Chapter.
The .iii. Chapter.
The iiij. Chapter.
The .v. Chapter.
The .vi. Chapter.
¶ The .vii. Chapter.
The .viij. Chapter.
The .ix. Chapter.
¶ The .x. Chapter.
The .xi. Chapter.
¶ The .xii. Chapter.
The fourth booke of Leonard Aretine, concer∣nyng the warres in Italy against the Gothes.
❧ The first Chapter,
the .ii. Chapter.
The .iii. Chapter.
❧ The .iiii. Chapter.
The .v. Chapter.
The .vi. Chapter.
The, vi. Chapter
❧ The .viii. Chapter.
❧ The ix. Chapter,