5 edition of The famous and memorable vvorkes of Iosephus, a man of much honour and learning among the Iewes found in the catalog.
The famous and memorable vvorkes of Iosephus, a man of much honour and learning among the Iewes
by Printed for Thomas Adams, Printed at London by Humphrey Lovvnes dwelling on Bredstreet hill at the signe of the Starre in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Lamentable and tragicall history of the vvars and vtter ruine of the Iewes|
|Statement||faithfully translated out of the Latine, and French, by Tho. Lodge ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1728:24|
|Contributions||Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 811 [i.e. 815],  p|
|Number of Pages||815|
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The famous and memorable vvorkes of Iosephus, a man of much honour and learning among the Iewes. Faithfully translated out of the Latin, and French, by Tho. Lodge Doctor in Physicke Josephus, Flavius., Lodge, Thomas. [London]: Printed [by Peter Short] at the charges of G.
Bishop, S. Waterson, P. Short, and Tho. Adams, Get this from a library. The famous and memorable vvorkes of Iosephus, a man of much honour and learning among the Iewes. Faithfully translated out of the Latin, and French, by Tho. Lodge Doctor in Physicke. [Flavius Josephus; Thomas Lodge] The famous and memorable works of Iosephus, a man of much honour and learning among the Iewes.
Faithfully translated out of the Latine, and French, by Tho. Lodge, Doctor in Physicke. [microform] Printed for Simon Waterson London Australian/Harvard Citation.
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Full text of "The Treasvrie of avncient and moderne ning the learned collections, iudicious readings, and memorable obseruations." See other formats The Ebrayk Iosephus, the olde, That of Iewes gestes tolde; And bar upon his shuldres hye The fame up of the Iewerye.
And by him stoden other sevene, Wyse and worthy for to nevene, To helpen him bere up the charge, Hit was so hevy and so large. And for they writen of batailes, As wel as other olde mervailes, Therfor was, lo, this pileer, The same Iosephus when he had confessed Iohn Baptist, to be a very iust man, beareth witnesse also, with those thinges which concerne him, in the Gospels, he writeth further, that Herode was depriued of his kingdome for Herodias, & together with her, condemned, & banished into Vienna a city of Fraunce, & the same he declareth in his eyghtenth This Magus was a prince of great wisdom, learning and judgment, and also a great builder, as the interpretation of his name delivereth us: for this word Magus, in the Scythian tongue signifieth a builder, or erecter; and in the Persian language, a Philosopher or a wise man.
And Berosus in his book of Time thus sayeth of him: Nini LI. anno His writings were translated into English in by Thomas Lodge (?) and published as: The Famous and Memorable Workes of Iosephus, a Man of Much Honour and Learning among the Iewes.
(William H. Scheide Library (WHS) ).~graphicarts//04/ It hath three Cities famous through the whole World, Babylon, Ninivie, The Cities. and Ierusalem. It hath great Lakes full of fish, Lakes and the Caspian Sea in manner of a Lake, which never commeth to the Ocean.
Also many Rivers, Rivers. among which the chiefest are Tigris, Euphrates, which Moses mentioneth in Genesis, Iordane, Indus Purchas his pilgrimes. part 3 In fiue bookes.
The first, contayning the voyages and peregrinations made by ancient kings, patriarkes, apostles, philosophers, and others, to and thorow the remoter parts of the knowne world: enquiries also of languages and religions, especially of the moderne diuersified professions of "The famous and memorable works of Iosephus, a man of much honour and learning among the Iewes.
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Faithfully translated out of the Latin, and French, by Tho. Lodge, Doctor in Physicke / Josephus, Flavius (1 copy separate) The principal nauigations, voyages, traffiques and discoueries of the English nation.
[vols. ] made by sea or ouer-land, to the remote and farthest distant quarters of the earth, at any time within the compasse of these yeres: deuided into three seuerall volumes, according to the positions of the regions, whereunto they were