Browsing by Author "Curione, Celio Secondo, 1503-1569."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Pasquine in a traunce a Christian and learned dialogue (contayning wonderfull and most strange newes out of heauen, purgatorie, and hell) wherein besydes Christes truth playnely set forth, ye shall also finde a numbre of pleasaunt hystories, discouering all the crafty conueyaunces of Antechrist. Whereunto are added certayne questions then put forth by Pasquine, to haue bene disputed in the Councell of Trent. Turned but lately out of the Italian into this tongue, by W.P. Seene allowed [sic] according to the order appointed in the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions.Date of publication:
1566Author(s):Description:A translation of: Curione, Celio Secondo. Pasquillus ecstaticus. W.P. = William Page. Translation sometimes attributed to William Painter and to William Phiston. Publication date conjectured by STC. Variant: title page ...This item contains 4 files (7.01 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)The visions of Pasquin, or, A character of the Roman court, religion and practices together with an account of the arts of the Pope's nephews to get money, the tricks of the priests to fill the churches coffers by masses for the dead, the policy of the Jesuites to cully princes, and cheat Christendom, as also an exact description of purgatory and hell, in a dialogue between Pasquin and Marsorio, translated out of Italian.Date of publication:
1689Author(s):Description:Reproduction of original in Huntington Library. Attributed to Curione, Celio Secondo. cf. NUC pre-1956.This item contains 4 files (654.51 KB).Publicly Available