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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Ouids banquet of sence A coronet for his mistresse philosophie, and his amorous zodiacke. VVith a translation of a Latine coppie, written by a fryer, anno Dom. 1400.Date of publication:
1595Author(s):Description:Dedication signed: George Chapman. The "Latine coppie" is "Phillis and Flora", attributed to Walter Map. In a separate reprinting (STC 19880) this translation is attributed to R.S. Esquire, i.e. Richard Stapleton?. In ...This item contains 4 files (1.57 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Phillis and Flora The sweete and ciuill contention of two amorous ladyes. Translated out of Latine: by R.S. Esquire.Date of publication:
1598Author(s):Description:Attributed to Walter Map. R.S. = Richard Stapleton?. Printer's name from STC. In verse. Signatures: A-D⁴ (-A1, blank?). Running title reads: The amorous contention of Phillis and Flora. This translation originally published ...This item contains 4 files (321.98 KB).Publicly Available