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Scacchia ludus : or, the game of chess. A poem. Written originally in Latin by Marcus Hieronymus Vida, Bishop of Alba. Translated into English by Mr. Erskine. With a short introductory essay on the game of chess ; and a translation of Vida's three pastoral eclogues. By Mr. Craig. The whole adorn'd with a handsome Frontispiece, and a Curious Head of Vida. Preview this item
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Scacchia ludus : or, the game of chess. A poem. Written originally in Latin by Marcus Hieronymus Vida, Bishop of Alba. Translated into English by Mr. Erskine. With a short introductory essay on the game of chess ; and a translation of Vida's three pastoral eclogues. By Mr. Craig. The whole adorn'd with a handsome Frontispiece, and a Curious Head of Vida.

Author: Marco Girolamo Vida
Publisher: [London] : Printed for A. Millar, at Buchanan's-Head over against St. Clement's-Church in the Strand, M. DCC. XXXVI. [1736]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marco Girolamo Vida
OCLC Number: 642346625
Description: 1 online resource ([8], 219, [1] pages, plates) : portrait
Other Titles: Scacchia ludus.

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