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A paradoxe, prouing by reason and example, that baldnesse is much better than bushie haire, &c. Written by that excellent philosopher Synesius, Bishop of Thebes, or (as some say) Cyren. A prettie pamphlet, to pervse, and replenished with recreation. Englished by Abraham Fleming. Herevnto is annexed the pleasant tale of Hemetes the Heremite, pronounced before the Queenes Maiestie. Newly recognised both in Latine and Englishe, by the said A.F. Preview this item
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A paradoxe, prouing by reason and example, that baldnesse is much better than bushie haire, &c. Written by that excellent philosopher Synesius, Bishop of Thebes, or (as some say) Cyren. A prettie pamphlet, to pervse, and replenished with recreation. Englished by Abraham Fleming. Herevnto is annexed the pleasant tale of Hemetes the Heremite, pronounced before the Queenes Maiestie. Newly recognised both in Latine and Englishe, by the said A.F.

Author: Synesius, of Cyrene Bishop of Ptolemais.; Abraham Fleming; George Gascoigne
Publisher: [London] : Printed by H. Denham, 1579.
Series: Early English books online.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Online system or service : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works to 1800
Material Type: Online system or service, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Synesius, of Cyrene Bishop of Ptolemais.; Abraham Fleming; George Gascoigne
OCLC Number: 606482097
Notes: Translator's dedication signed: Abraham Fleming.
"The tale of Hemetes the Heremite pronounced before the Queenes Maiestie", an anonymous work, begins, on d6r; the Latin translation, "Fabula ab Hemete Eremita coram Maiestate Regia prolata" by George Gascoigne begins on e6r.
Signatures: a-e f⁴.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Description: 1 online resource ([88] p.)
Series Title: Early English books online.
Other Titles: Paradoxe, proving by reason and example, that baldnesse is much better than bushie haire, & c
Tale of Hemetes the Heremite pronounced before the Queenes Maiestie
Tale of Hemetes the Heremite pronounced before the Queenes Majestie
Fabula ab Hemete Eremita coram Maiestate Regia prolata
Fabula ab Hemete Eremita coram Majestate Regia prolata

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