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Title: Axiochus. A most excellent dialogue, written in Greeke by Plato the phylosopher: concerning the shortnesse and vncertainty of this life, with the contrary ends of the good and wicked. / Translated out of Greeke by Edw. [sic] Spenser. ; Heereto is annexed a sweet speech or oration spoken at the tryumphe at White-hall before her Maiestie, by the page to the right noble Earle of Oxenforde..
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Axiochus. A most excellent dialogue, written in Greeke by Plato the phylosopher: concerning the shortnesse and vncertainty of this life, with the contrary ends of the good and wicked. / Translated out of Greeke by Edw. [sic] Spenser. ; Heereto is annexed a sweet speech or oration spoken at the tryumphe at White-hall before her Maiestie, by the page to the right noble Earle of Oxenforde..
Spenser, Edmund, 1552?-1599.

At London: Printed for Cuthbert Burbie, and are to be sold at the middle shop in the Poultry, vnder S. Mildreds Church., Anno. 1592..
Subject terms:
Philosophy, Ancient -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B07987.0001.001

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To the Right Worshipfull Maister Benedic Barnam, Esquire, Al∣derman and Sheriffe of this honorable Citty of London: health and happinesse.
To the Reader.
Axiochus of Plato, or a Dialogue of Death, being both short and very Elegant.
❧ A speech spoken at the Tryumph before the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, by the Page to the right noble Champion, the Earle of Oxenford.