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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The conspiracie of Catiline, written by Constancius, Felicius, Durantinus, and translated bi Thomas Paynell: with the historye of Iugurth, writen by the famous Romaine Salust, and translated into Englyshe by Alexander BarcklayeDate of publication:
1557Author(s):Description:Translation of "De conjuratione L. Catalinae" by Felice Costanzo, and "Jugurtha" by Sallust. Place of publication and printer's name from colophon. "Here begynneth the famous cronicle of warre, whyche the Romaynes hadde ...This item contains 4 files (10.19 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The tvvo most vvorthy and notable histories which remaine vnmained to posterity (viz:) the conspiracie of Cateline, vndertaken against the gouernment of the Senate of Rome, and the vvarre which Iugurth for many yeares maintained against the same state. Both written by C.C. Salustius.Date of publication:
1609Author(s):Description:A translation of "Catilina" and "Bellum Jugurthinum". Translator's dedication signed: Tho. Heywood. Printer's name from STC. "C.C. Salustius his history of the Warre of Iugurth" has separate pagination and title page dated ...This item contains 4 files (7.02 MB).Publicly Available