|Author:||Basil I, Emperor of the East, ca. 812-886.|
|Title:||The sixty sixe admonitory chapters of Basilius, King of the Romans, to his sonne Leo, in acrostick manner that is, the first letter of euery chapter, making vp his name and title. Translated out of Greeke by Iames Scudamore.|
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The sixty sixe admonitory chapters of Basilius, King of the Romans, to his sonne Leo, in acrostick manner that is, the first letter of euery chapter, making vp his name and title. Translated out of Greeke by Iames Scudamore.
Basil I, Emperor of the East, ca. 812-886., Scudamore, James, 1624-1668.
Printed at Paris: [S.n.], M. DC. XXXVIII 
|Alternate titles:||Basilii Imperatoris Constantinopolitani exhortationum capita sexaginta sex ad Leonum filium, congomento Philosophum. English|
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1900.
BASILIVS HIS PRECEPTS.