2 edition of The moste excellent and pleasaunt booke, entituled: The treasurie of Amadis of Fraunce found in the catalog.
The moste excellent and pleasaunt booke, entituled: The treasurie of Amadis of Fraunce
by By Henry Bynneman, for Thomas Hacket. And are to be solde at his shoppe in the Royall Exchaunge. at the signe of the greene Dragon in Imprinted at London
Written in English
|Other titles||Treasurie of Amadis of Fraunce., Tresor de Amadis. English.|
|Series||Early English Books, 1475-1640 -- 948:7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 307,  p.|
|Number of Pages||307|
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‘The moste excellent and pleasaunt booke entituled ‘The treasurie of Amadis of Fraunce translated out of Frenche,’ Thomas Hacket , 4to (Brit. Mus. without title-page). The ‘Stationers' Register’ for –8 assigns the authorship to ‘Thomas Pannell.’.
And EEBO similarly gives us a publication by Thomas Paynell, The moste excellent and pleasaunt booke, entituled: The treasurie of Amadis of Fraunce conteyning eloquente orations, pythie epistles, learned letters, and feruent complayntes, seruing for sundrie purposes.
The moste excellent booke entituled: The treasurie of Amadis of Fraunce tr. Schola Salernitana. Regimen sanitatis Salerni. This boke techyng al people to gouerne them in helthe tr.
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The extracts from books of the Amadis cycle had already been published in under the title The most excellent and pleasant booke, entitled: the treasurie of Amadis of Fraunce Translated out of French into English.
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