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Author: Knolles, Richard, 1550?-1610.
Title: The generall historie of the Turkes from the first beginning of that nation to the rising of the Othoman familie: with all the notable expeditions of the Christian princes against them. Together with the liues and conquests of the Othoman kings and emperours faithfullie collected out of the- best histories, both auntient and moderne, and digested into one continuat historie vntill this present yeare 1603: by Richard Knolles
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Print source: The generall historie of the Turkes from the first beginning of that nation to the rising of the Othoman familie: with all the notable expeditions of the Christian princes against them. Together with the liues and conquests of the Othoman kings and emperours faithfullie collected out of the- best histories, both auntient and moderne, and digested into one continuat historie vntill this present yeare 1603: by Richard Knolles
Knolles, Richard, 1550?-1610., Johnson, Laurence, fl. 1603, engraver.

London: Printed by Adam Islip, 1603.
Subject terms:
Turkey -- History -- Early works to 1800.
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