The Resource A mervaylovs discourse vpon the lyfe, deedes, and behauiours of Katherine de Medicis, Queene mother : vvherin are displayed the meanes vvhich she hath practised to atteyne vnto the vsurping of the Kingedome of France, and to the bringing of the estate of the same vtter ruine and destruction

A mervaylovs discourse vpon the lyfe, deedes, and behauiours of Katherine de Medicis, Queene mother : vvherin are displayed the meanes vvhich she hath practised to atteyne vnto the vsurping of the Kingedome of France, and to the bringing of the estate of the same vtter ruine and destruction

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A mervaylovs discourse vpon the lyfe, deedes, and behauiours of Katherine de Medicis, Queene mother : vvherin are displayed the meanes vvhich she hath practised to atteyne vnto the vsurping of the Kingedome of France, and to the bringing of the estate of the same vtter ruine and destruction
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A mervaylovs discourse vpon the lyfe, deedes, and behauiours of Katherine de Medicis, Queene mother
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vvherin are displayed the meanes vvhich she hath practised to atteyne vnto the vsurping of the Kingedome of France, and to the bringing of the estate of the same vtter ruine and destruction
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A mervaylovs discourse vpon the lyfe, deedes, and behauiours of Katherine de Medicis, Queene mother : vvherin are displayed the meanes vvhich she hath practised to atteyne vnto the vsurping of the Kingedome of France, and to the bringing of the estate of the same vtter ruine and destruction
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  • Fictitious imprint. cf. Brit. Mus. Cat
  • The initial on p. 3 is the same as that used by H. Middleton, reproduced in the Bibliographical Sco. Transactions, v. 7, p. 44
  • Translated from the French Discours marveilleux de la vie, actions & deportments de Catherine de Medicis, first published probably in Geneva in 1574 but dated 1575
  • Also ascribed to Théodore de Bèze, Jean de Serres and Pierre Pithou; more probably by Estienne in collaboration with Innocent Gentillet; see L. Clément. Henri Estienne et son oeuvre française (1899)
  • Signatures: A-M8 N2
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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rdacontent
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15 cm.
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196 p.
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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  • Bound in brown mottled calf; gilt tooled.
  • Date of publication changed on title page to 1578.
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(OCoLC)ocn135410167
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A mervaylovs discourse vpon the lyfe, deedes, and behauiours of Katherine de Medicis, Queene mother : vvherin are displayed the meanes vvhich she hath practised to atteyne vnto the vsurping of the Kingedome of France, and to the bringing of the estate of the same vtter ruine and destruction
Publication
Note
  • Fictitious imprint. cf. Brit. Mus. Cat
  • The initial on p. 3 is the same as that used by H. Middleton, reproduced in the Bibliographical Sco. Transactions, v. 7, p. 44
  • Translated from the French Discours marveilleux de la vie, actions & deportments de Catherine de Medicis, first published probably in Geneva in 1574 but dated 1575
  • Also ascribed to Théodore de Bèze, Jean de Serres and Pierre Pithou; more probably by Estienne in collaboration with Innocent Gentillet; see L. Clément. Henri Estienne et son oeuvre française (1899)
  • Signatures: A-M8 N2
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
15 cm.
Extent
196 p.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • Bound in brown mottled calf; gilt tooled.
  • Date of publication changed on title page to 1578.
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn135410167

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