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The thirteene bookes of Aeneidos. The first tvvelue beeing the worke of the diuine poet Virgil Maro, and the thirteenth, the supplement of Maphæus Vegius. Translated into English verse, to the first third part of the tenth booke, by Thomas Phaer Esquier: and the residue finished, and now newly set forrh [sic] for the delight of such as are studious in poetrie: by Thomas Twyne, Doctor in Phisicke. Preview this item
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The thirteene bookes of Aeneidos. The first tvvelue beeing the worke of the diuine poet Virgil Maro, and the thirteenth, the supplement of Maphæus Vegius. Translated into English verse, to the first third part of the tenth booke, by Thomas Phaer Esquier: and the residue finished, and now newly set forrh [sic] for the delight of such as are studious in poetrie: by Thomas Twyne, Doctor in Phisicke.

Author: Virgil.; Thomas Phayer; Maffeo Vegio; Thomas Twyne; Aelius Donatus
Publisher: London : Printed by Thomas Creede, 1607.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Virgil.; Thomas Phayer; Maffeo Vegio; Thomas Twyne; Aelius Donatus
OCLC Number: 606541340
Description: 1 online resource ([352] pages)
Other Titles: Aeneis.
Aeneid

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