|Author:||Angelus, Christophorus, d. 1638.|
|Title:||Christopher Angell, a Grecian, who tasted of many stripes and torments inflicted by the Turkes for the faith which he had in Iesus Christ.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Christopher Angell, a Grecian, who tasted of many stripes and torments inflicted by the Turkes for the faith which he had in Iesus Christ.
Angelus, Christophorus, d. 1638.
At Oxford,: Printed by Iohn Lichfield, and Iames Short, Printers to the famous Vniversitie, 1618..
Angelus, Christophorus, d. 1638 -- Early works to 1800.
Persecution -- Greece -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE MOST RENOWNED AND resplendent, most wise, and iudicious, most learned and louing Patrons of the Greeke Tongue: most gracious supporters of the decayed estate of all distressed Grecians and Strangers: Fathers and Brethren in Christ, Gouernours and Heads of the two famous and flourishing Vniuersities of this Iland in generall, and more in particular to all heads of Colledges ther∣in, and whatsoeuer Students vnder their protection, and to all Diuines, Physicians and Lawyers: Furthermore to all that beare authoritie in the ample and well gouerned Cities; In generall to the industrious and studious among the Com∣monaltie within the Confines of the euer honoured and admi∣red England, prosperitie here, and glory hereafter.
An Epistle in commendations of England and the Inhabitants thereof.
To the Clergie and others of the Dioces of Sarum.
Eugenius and Rhodius, thy Brethren according to the flesh, and thy Sifters Gergulina and Asmena, and the rest of thy Kinsfolkes and friends, salute thee our Bro∣ther Master Christopher.