|Title:||The fardle of facions conteining the aunciente maners, customes, and lawes, of the peoples enhabiting the two partes of the earth, called Affrike and Asia.|
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The fardle of facions conteining the aunciente maners, customes, and lawes, of the peoples enhabiting the two partes of the earth, called Affrike and Asia.
Boemus, Johannes., Josephus, Flavius., Waterman, William, fl. 1555?,
Printed at London: By Ihon Kingstone, and Henry Sutton, 1555.
|Alternate titles:||Omnium gentium mores. Book 1-2. English Omnium gentium mores. Book 1-2. Treatise of Iosephus, conteyning the ordres, and lawes of the Iewes commune wealthe. Treatise of Josephus, conteyning the ordres, and lawes of the Jewes commune wealthe.|
The author, Johannes Boemus, is named on leaf *2v.
A translation of books 1 and 2 of: Omnium gentium mores.
Translator's preface signed: William Watreman.
The imprint date is in a slot in the sill of the woodcut frame.
Colophon additionally dated: The. xxii. daye of December.
Signatures: *4 A-Y Z4.
With three final contents pages.
The last leaf is blank.
"The treatise of Iosephus, conteyning the ordres, and lawes of the Iewes commune wealthe", a translation of book 4, chapter 8 of "Antiquitates Judaicae", leaves T7-Z2.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Jews -- Early works to 1800.
Africa -- Religious life and customs -- Early works to 1800.
Middle East -- Religious life and customs -- Early works to 1800.
¶ To the righte honoura∣ble the Erie of Arundel, Knight of the ordre, and Lorde Stewarde of the Quienes maiesties moste honourable house∣holde.
The Preface of the Authour.
¶ The first Chapiter. ¶ The true opinion of the de∣uine, concernyng the be∣ginnyng of man.
¶ The seconde Chapitre. ¶ The false opinion of the Philo∣sophre concernyng the be∣gynnyng of man.
¶ The thirde Chapitre. ¶ The deuision and limites of the Earthe.
¶ The .iiij. Chapitre. ¶ Of Ethiope, and the auncient maners of that nation. Cap .iiii.
¶ The. v. Chapiter. ¶ Of Aegipte, and the auncient maners of that people.
¶ The. vi. Chapitre. ¶ Of the Poeni, and thother peoples of Aphrique.
¶ The first Chapitre. ¶ Of Asie and the peoples moste famous therin,
¶ The seconde Chapitre. ¶ Of Panchaia, and the maners of the Panqueis.
¶ The. iij. Chapitre. ¶ Of Assiria and Babilo∣nia, and the maners of those peoples.
¶ The. iiii. Chapiter. ¶ Of Iewry, and of the life, maners, and Lawes of the Iewes.
¶ The. v. Chapitre. ¶ Of Media, and the ma∣ners of the Medes.
¶ The. vj. Chapitre. ¶ Of Parthia, and the ma∣ner of the Parthians.
¶ The. vii. Chapiter. ¶ Of Persia, and the maners and or∣dinaunces of the Persians.
¶ The. viij. Chapitre. ¶ Of Ynde, and the vncouthe tre∣des and maners of life of the people therin.
¶ The .ix. Chapitre. ¶ Of Scithia and their sterne maners.
¶ The .x. Chapiter. ¶ Of Tartarie, and the maners and power of the Tar∣tarians.
¶ The .xi. Chapitre. ¶ Of Turcquie, and of the maners▪ Lawes, and Ordenaunces of the Turcques.
¶ The. xii. Chapitre. ¶ Of the Christians, of their firste commyng vp, their Ceremo∣nies, and ordenaunces.
¶ The treatise of Io∣sephus, cont eyning the ordres, and Lawes of the Iewes commune wealthe.