|Author:||Telesio, Antonio, 1482-1533?|
|Title:||Cassius of Parma his Orpheus with Nathan Chitræus his commentarie, abridged into short notes: most profitable for the framing of the manners of schollers. Translated and abridged by Roger Rawlyns of Lyncolnes Inne, student in the common lawes.|
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Cassius of Parma his Orpheus with Nathan Chitræus his commentarie, abridged into short notes: most profitable for the framing of the manners of schollers. Translated and abridged by Roger Rawlyns of Lyncolnes Inne, student in the common lawes.
Telesio, Antonio, 1482-1533?, Cassius, Caius,, Homer., Rawlyns, Roger., Chytraeus, Nathan, 1543-1598.
At London: [Printed by Thomas Orwin], 1587.
|Alternate titles:||Orpheus. English Orpheus. Nestor his Antilochus. Certaine generall conclusions concerning the condition of our common lawes.|
The attribution of "Orpheus" to Cassius Parmensis is spurious; it is in fact by Antonio Telesio.
Partly in verse.
Printer's name from STC.
Signatures: A-C4 D2.
"Nestor his Antilochus", a translation of the Iliad, XXIII, 304-25; and "Certaine generall conclusions concerning the condition of our common lawes .. By R.R. &c." each have separate dated title page; register is continuous.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
TO THE MOST HONO∣rable Lord, the Lord Robert Earle of Essex and Ewe, Ʋicount Hereforde, and Bourghchier, Lord Ferrers of Chartley, Bourghchier, and Louayne, Master of the Queenes Maiesties Horse, and Knight of the most noble Order of the Garter: Roger Rawlyns wisheth the true felicitie.
ILLVSTRISSIMO DO∣mino, Comiti Essexio, studioso∣rum omnium Mecaenati, R. R. hanc Chartam (honoris causa) di∣cat consecrátque.
To his louing Masters and friends, the Students of Lyncolns Jnne, R. R. wisheth profite and pleasure in their studies.
Of Cassius of Parma, the Author of this Fragment.
Of the Argument of this Booke.
Cassij Parmensis Orphëus.
The same Verses englished.
Things to be done.
Things to be auoyded.
NESTOR HIS Antilochus.
Certaine generall Conclusions con∣cerning the condition of our Common Lawes.