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[The manners, lavves, and customes of all nations. Collected out of the best vvriters by Ioannes Boemus Aubanus, a Dutch-man. With many other things of the same argument, gathered out of the historie of Nicholas Damascen. The like also out of the history of America, or Brasill, written by Iohn Lerius. The faith, religion and manners of the Aethiopians, and the deploration of the people of Lappia, compiled by Damianus à Goes With a short disourse of the Aethiopians, taken out of Ioseph Scaliger his seuenth booke de Emendatione temporum. Written in Latin, and now newly translated into English. By Ed. Aston.] Preview this item
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[The manners, lavves, and customes of all nations. Collected out of the best vvriters by Ioannes Boemus Aubanus, a Dutch-man. With many other things of the same argument, gathered out of the historie of Nicholas Damascen. The like also out of the history of America, or Brasill, written by Iohn Lerius. The faith, religion and manners of the Aethiopians, and the deploration of the people of Lappia, compiled by Damianus à Goes With a short disourse of the Aethiopians, taken out of Ioseph Scaliger his seuenth booke de Emendatione temporum. Written in Latin, and now newly translated into English. By Ed. Aston.]

Author: Edward Aston; Damião de Góis; Jean de Léry; Joseph Juste Scaliger; Joannes
Publisher: S.l. Printed by G. Eld [1610]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Aston; Damião de Góis; Jean de Léry; Joseph Juste Scaliger; Joannes
OCLC Number: 837751456
Notes: A variant of the 1611 edition with both Eld's and Burton's names in the imprint
Imperfect; lacks title page
Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library
STC (2nd ed.), 3198
The first part is a translation of books 1-3 of: Omnium gentium mores
Title from variant edition (STC 3198.5.); imprint from STC
With extracts from "Historia universalis" by Nicolaus Damascenus, "Histoire d'un voyage fait en la terre du Bresil" by Jean de Léry; and "Fides, religio, moresque Aethiopum" by Damiaõ de Góis
With three final contents pages
Description: Online-Ressource.
Other Titles: Omnium gentium mores : Book 1-3
De emendatione temporum
Fides, religio, moresque Aethiopum
Histoire d'un voyage fait en la terre du Bresil
Historia universalis
Manners, lawes, and customes of all nations
Omnium gentium mores ; Book 1-3

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