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their fumptuomWds , Temples, and Ima.

S^^- pag- 5-5

Chap. XII.
Oft he Priefts,Sacrificcs,rel/gious Rites^
and Cusiomes of the Babylonians.

pag.6o
Chap. XIII.

The Cbaldxan and AiTymn chroni-
cle, or Computation of Times, with their
manifold alterations of Religions and
Gouernment in thofe partes^ vntill our
^'^^- pag.^p

of Niniuc , and other neighbourwr
Nations. pag-75

Chap. XV.

ofSyx'iz , And the ancient Religions
A there



The Contents of the Chapters.



there: of the Syrian Goddeffe, and her \
j?/^« ^/ Hierapolis ; 0///^<f Daphn^an
andother Symnfuperjtitions. p. 78.'

Chap. XVI.

of the Syrian Kings^ and alteration of
Goucrnemcnt , and Religion tn thefe
Countries. P3g-83



Chap. XV'II.

of the Thcologic,<«?;^ Religion of the

Phoenician'^, P^g-S?

Chap. XVIII.

Of Palaeflina andtbefirfl Inhabitants

//ifr<f^,>/»<r Sodomits,Id umaranSjMoa-

bitcs, Ammonites , and Canaanites,

with others. P^g-^J



THE SECOND BOOKE.
Ofthe Hebrew Nation and Religion from the begin-
ning thereof to our times.



Chap, I.
IT He preface of this Book:dr a defcriptid
^ ofthe Region i^/Palceftina/wff called
ludx3,andnon> Terra Sanfla.pag. 10 1
Chap. II.
0/7/;(r Hebrew Patriarchs, and their
Religion before theLavP:alfo ofthctr Law
andFolitie. pag 107

Chap. III.
o/V^<f Religious places amongthe l-
fraelites, pag. 1 1 4

Chap. 1 1 II.
ofthe lewilh computation ofTime:dr
of their Fejliuall dayes. pag. 1 1 8

Chap. V.
ofthe Fejliual dayes inflitutedby God
■— in the Liw. pag. 121

Chap. VI.
ofthe feifs andfafts, ivh/eh the le wcs
injlitutedto themfelucs: »7/^<2 Kalendar
of theirfeaf.es andfafls through the yeare
as they are novo obferued. pag . i i 7

Chap. V IL
of the ancient oblations fitfts,(jr Sacri-
fices ofthe lewcs; and oj their Prtejls and
perfons Ecclefia^icaland Rel'gious.^a.izp
Chap. VIII.
ofthe differs fe^s^jopinions^ and altera'
tions of Religion amongjl the Hcbre wes;
ofthe Hafidees, Pharifecs, Sadducecs,
Hcfrces,6cc. p3gi?6

Chap, I X.
ofthe Samaritans. pag. 1 5 1

Chap. X.
The miferable deflrucii^n and differ fton
ofthe le wcs,/; othe time ofthe defolation



of their City and Temple to this day. p.i^^

t^n appendix *«/^ Bcniamin Tude-

lenfis. pag.i^i

Chap. XI.

u4 chronologie ofthe lewiQl Hifloric

from the beginning of the World , briefly

coileCled. pag. 1(5^.

Chap. XII.

Ofthe lewifh Ta\miid:dr the compof/-
tion dr efltmatiotherofialjo ofthe le wiftl
learnedmen^ their fitccepon, their Scrip-
tures ^and the tranjations of them .pa. l <58.
Chap. XIII.

OftheModernc Icwcs Creed , or the
Articles oftheirfaith:with their interpreta-
tion ofthe fme:lheir affirm at iue andne-
gitiue precepts. pag. 180

Chap, XII II.

ofthe lewifn opinions oftheCreationy
their Ceremonies about the birth of a child:
of their Circumcifion.^ Vurification.^and Re-
demption of the fir fl borne ^ and Education
oj their children. pag. 1 8 7

Chap. XV.

of their Oi'Io) ning-pra^er, with their
Fringes, Phy laftcnes, andoi/jcr ceremo-
nies thereof. p a g. 1 9 3
Chap. XVI.

of their ceremonies at home after their
retume., at their meales.,and othet wife. and
of their Euening Prayer.pz^. ipp.

Chap. XVII.
Their weekly obfer nations of Times .viz.
Their Mondaies WThurfdaies, and
Sabbaths. pag.ioi

Chap.



The Contentsof the Chapters.



Chap. XVIII.
T^^Icwifh PafiTcoiacr, as they new eb-

ferueit-^^ other their feafts&fajis.'^^io^
Chap. XIX.
of their Cookery^ Butcherie^ Mariages,
fumpmentsandfunersls. pag.212



\ Chap. XX.

The Icwes faith and Hopz_j touching

their MefHas. pag. i ip,

CHAf.XXI.

of the hopes and hinderances efthc^

l^wcsconiter/ion. pag.^ii.



THE THIRD BOOKE.

Of the Arabians, Saraccns,Turkcs,audofchc Ancient Inhabitants
of Afia Minor .• and of their Religions.

C H a p. I.



OF Arabia & of the ancient religions
rites,4»(^cuflomcs //"rrf^pag.Siy
C li A p. II.
0//^r Saracens Name, Nation ^ and
proceeding in Armes, pag- 2 3 4

Chap. I II.
T^f///"tf ^'Mahomet i'r Muhammed
the Sixracen Law-gitier. pag.a43

Chap. Ilil.
of the Alcoran,<>r A Ifurcan, containing
the Mahumetanlaxe : the Cumnie and eon-
tents thereof pag.249
Chap. V.
Other Mahumeticalfpeculations,(^ Ex-
planations of their law^colle^edout of their
fiwn comentaries of that argument. ^^%2 5p
Chap. VI.
of the Pilgrimage to Mecca, pag. 255

Chap. VII.
of the Succefors of Mahomet, of their
different feels and of the dtfperfmg of that
Religion through the World, pag.2 73.
Chap. VIII.
OftheTurkif} Nat ion -.their triginalldr
proceedings. pag-^jS

Chap. IX.
jieorttinuation oj the Turkifl} war sand



I affaires together irith the fticcejsion of the

greatTurkes,tilthii prefentjeare i6i2.n

Chap. X. (284

of the opinions b olden by the TuAes in

their Religion. pao.iQi

Chap. XI.

OJthe religious places anfong the TurkeS:

the Mefchtts, Hojpitals, andMonafteries :

with their Lyturgie & Circiiciftott, vi.rgj

Chap. XII.

ofthefepulchres/tmeralrites.,and opini-
ons touching the dead,amon^ the Turkes-. p,
j Chap. XI 11, (^q^

Of the religious Voiarksafnong the^
T urkcs, aud of their Saints. pag 9 c (5
Chap. XIIII.
Of their Priefls and Hier archie : with a
digrefibn touching the Hierarchy and wife .
rji ofchrifliansfuhie^ to the Turk.^.on
Chap. XV.
of the Regions and Religions of Afia
M\nox,fince called Natolia rf»iTurkie.
Chap. XVI. (P.31P

O/Afia proprie di(fl3.- now called'Szx-
cum. pag. 3 24.

Chap. XVII.
0/ Ionia and other Couritries in that



Chcrfoncfus.



pag.331



THE FOVRTH BOOKE.

Of the Armenians, Mcdes, Pcrfians, Parthians, Scythians, TartarianSj
Chinois,and o'fthcir Religions.

Chap. I.



C\p Armenia Maior: W Georgia.-
^^4/fd the Neighbouring Nations.

pag-337



Chap. II.
OftheMt^ts. pag-344

Chap. Ill,
o//^(rParthias,e?'Hyrcanian!.p.347
A 2 Chap,



The Contents of the Chapters.



Chap,. I I II.
o/PerGa, andthePerJianJlate , vntHl
theMahumetanConquesi. pag'351
Chap. V.
of the Perfian tnAgnificence and other
their Antmitties. pag.3(5i

Chap- VI.
OftheVerCunViA^x, p3g-3<55

Chap. VII.
of the Religteuiy and other rites of the
Perfian s. : pagjyO

Chap. VIII.'
i^'kOfthe alterations ofthcfiate ahdreligt-
«;f;«Perfia vnder the Saraccns,w//^ an
appendix of the pre fen t Per fan King out
^SirAnt.Shcrlic. P38'37)

Chap. IX.
O/Mi-Sophian Se&-or Perfian Reli-
gion as it is at thisprefent. p3g'3 8 7
Chap. X.
O'^/Z^f Scyrhiaas, Sarmatians, and
Seres, and of their Religion. pag.gP \ ■
Chap. XI.
of the Tartarians , and ofdiaers Na-
tionswhichthey fubdited :, with their pri.
Jline Rites. pag-^P5>



Chap. XII.
A continuation of the Tartarian Hi-
Horic^and the quefion difcujjcd^ xohether
Cathay and China be the fame. pag,4o5
Chap. XIII.
Ofthe Religion /j/z^f Tartars, and
Gathaians. pag.4.11

Chap. XIIII.
of the Feflimll folemnities , and of the
Magnificence oftheGran Can.pag.41 7
Chap. XV.
of the alteration of Religion amongthe
Tartars ; andofthediuers Sorts., Secis^
andlS(jtiens of them now remayning.

p3g.4i?
Chap. XVI.
of the Nat !0 s which lined in, or neare to
thofe parts ^now foffeffed by the T.nrtars.-
and their Religions and Citflowes ,^^s^.i^26
Chap. XVII.
of other Northren people adioyning to
/^f Tartars: p3g.43i

Chap. XVIII.
Ofthe KingdoweofOcnnz. p>ig435

Chap, XIX.
of the Religion vfe din China.pa.441.



THE F I P T B K E.

Of the Eaft Indies, and of the Seas and Hands about Afia,
with their Religions.



Chap. I.

OF India in general/^and the ancient
Rites there obfertted. P3g45 1

Chap. II.
of the Indian Prouince^ nextadiofning
/* China. P3g'458

Chap. III.
of the Kingdome (?/Pegu or Brama.

pag.4^3
Chap. HH
of the Religion in Pegu , md the Coun-
tries thereunto fubiecf. p3g.4i5 8
C H A p. V.
O/Bcngala, and the parts adioyning.

pag.472
Chap. V I.
ofthegreatMo^or. P3g.47<^



See an Appendix of this Chapter.

pag.542
Chap. VII.
OfCamh-dh,and the neighbouring Na-
tions. p3g.479
Chap. VIII.
of the Indian Nations bet cei,vt Ca m -
baia d- Maiabar,cf their Religions. y>.^Zj^
Chap. IX.
Of the, Indian Bramcns: Canarijns,
Corumbijns and Decanijns. pag.487
Chap. X.
Of the Regions and Religions ^j/Mala-
bar. P3g-4?i
Chap. XI.
of the Kingdome ^/Narfinga and Bif-
nagar. ^^§,^96

Chah.



The Contents of the Chapters.



Chap. XII.
of the Creaturesy Plant s^ and Fruits in
India. pag-502

Chap. XIII.
i^generalldifcourfe of the Sea :and of
theSeas in yini about Afta. pag.508
Chap. XII 1 1.
A brief e fur iiey of the iknds adieyning
to Afu i alfo feme fancies of the Sabbati-
cdl Rtuer,andinclofed lews. pag- 5 1 5



I



gtms.



Chap. XV.
of the Iknds <»/^Iapon, and their Reli-

pag.522

Chap. XVJ.

A continuation of the former difcoarfe

touching the Religions of lapon.pag. 528

Chap. XVII.

0///;^ Phillippina's, pag-534

Chap, XVIII.
o/'Samatra,WZcilan. pag. 547.



AFRICA.



THE S I xr B O O K E.

Of iEgypt,Barbaric,Numidia, Libya,arid the Land of Negro's 3
and of their Religions.




Chap. I.
\F Africa, snd the Creatures
therein. pag-555

Chap. II.
0/^/Egy pt, and her famous
Riuer Nilus : of her fir U Kings, Temfles,
andMoniimcntSf according /<? Herodo-
tus, DiodorLis,W(i'/i6d'r^ pag. 561
Chap. III.
O/^//;^ .(Egyptian Idols, rvith their Le-
gendarie Hijiories and Myflcries.^^i^. 548
Chap. IIII.
of the Rites t Priefts, Sects , Sacrifices^
Fejfs, /mentions, and other objeruatiens
e/Z^f .(Egyptians. pag.574

Chap. V.
of the Kunifeidalterations of St ate and
Religion in JE^ypl.by theVerCians^Grc^
cians, Romans, Chriftians , Saracens,
and Turkes ; with the e^gyptian Chro-
Po'egie , (ince the beginning ef that Nati-
on, till our times. pag- 5 8 3
Chap. VI.
The sy£gyptian Chronologie out of
Manetho , high-PrieHofthet^^y^ii-
a n s j and others. pa g. 5 9 2
Chap. VII.
of the Oracle of lupiter Ammon:
and of Cyvznc , and the Regions adwy
ning. pag-5P7 ^



Chap. VIII.

Of that fart <?/Barbarie, noxf called the
Kingdomeof Tunis 4»iTripolis.

pag.doi
Chap. IX;
of the Kingdome ^Trcmiicn, Algier,
and other places , anciently f<z//<r<^ Mauri-
tania Csfarienlis. pag.(5o7
Chap. X.
of the Kingdome of ^eScypart ^/Mau-
ritania Tingitana. p3g.5l2
Chap. XL
of the Kingdome of Marocco , with *
dijcourfe of the Kings thereof: and of the
Scnif, XarifF,<7r lariff, andhis Pofieritie^
now reigning in Barbarie. pag. 62 4
Chap. X 1 1.
of the Arabians , and Natural! Afri-
cans : and of the beginnings and procee-
dtngsofthe Mahumetan fuperfiitionin
Africa : Of the Voxlu^z\s forces and ex-
ploits therein. pag-f^SJ
Chap. XIII.
©/"Biledulgcrid and Sarra, otherwife
c4/5I?(^Numidi3 4/?(:/Libya. pag.64or
Chap. XII II.
oftheLindofNcoros. p3g.^4J

Chap. XV.
t^ further difcourfe of Cumcz and o-
ther Natiofis of Nc^ros. . 649.
A 5 The



The Contents of the Chapters.



THE SEVENTH BOOKE.
0^ty£thicpia^ and the African Hands : and of their Religions.



C H A p. I,

OF Ethiopia fuperior, and the An-
tiquities thereof. Pag.d57
Chap. II.
A centinmtim of the t^th\oTp\zr\ An-
tiquities : and of the QueeneofSahd.

pag.(5^2

Chap. III.

... of Prcfby rer lohn -.andefthe Prieit-

lohns in Alia : whether that dcfcendedof

thefe. ^3^.66 J

cha?. hit.

O///;^ t/£thiopian£w/'/r^. p.<57i

Chap. V.
of the Hili Amara, and the Rarities
therein. pag.<$76

Chap. VJ.
of the Election ofthEmpereur^their
Sthoolesy Fniuerfities, and Recall Cities.

pag.^80



Chap. VII.
Of other Countries betweene the Kc^
Sea and Benomotapa. pag ^84

Chbp. VIII.
O/Bcnomocapa, andthe parts ad oy-

"'"S- pag.(58^

Chap. IX.

Of the Kingdom ^/Congo, & the other

Kingdomesfe^ NAtionsadiojmng. p.<5p4

Chap. X.

0/Loango,//^Mnzichi,Giachi,4/!?^
the great Lakes in thofe parts of the world.

p3g<5p<?

Chap. XI.

Of the Seas and llands about Africa :

the ancient andmoderne Nauigations^ and,

Difcoueries, Pa g- 7 s

Chgp. XII.

Of the llands ^/Africa, lying fi-om the

Cape hither-wards. pag.(?i a.



AMERICA.

THE EIGHTH BOOKE.

Of New France, Virginia, Florida , New Spaine, with other Regions of
America Mexicana^ and of their Religions,




Chap. I.
Jf the New World , andvphy
it is called America,andth€^
IVeft Indies ; veith certainty
general! difcourfes of the Hea-
uons, Aire, Water, <ii;(af Earth , in thefe

farts. ?^&7^7

Chap. II.
of the frfi knowledge, habitation, and
Difceuertes of the New World , andthe
rare Creatures therein found , Beafts ,
Bird s, Trees, Hearbs, and Seed es.

pag.725
Chap. III.
of the North parts of the^cw world,
And toward the Pole , 4«^<»/^Greenland,
Grocnland , Eftotiiand , Mcta Incog-
nita, and other places, vntt^e^ France.

pag-7?5



Chap. HH.

o/Ncw-found land, Nona Francis,

Arambec, andother Countries of Ame~

rica, extending to Virginia. ^^".iaC

Chap. V.

0/ Virginia. p3g.754

Chap. VI.
of the Religion and Rites of the Virgi-
nians. m9,.n6^
Chap. VII.
<?/Florida. pag.7<^p

Chap. VIII.
of the Countries fituate Wcflwardfrom
¥lor'\da,andYir§^ma,toiyards the South

*^''' ^ ,^ P^g-777

Ch^p. IX.

O/New Spaine , andthe Conquest

thereof by Hernando Co8.tfs.

pag.785

Ch a p.



The Contents of the Chapters.



Chap. X.
of the Auncknt Inhabitants (p/^Ncwe
Spainc, And the Hijlorie of their Kings.

pag.78p

Chap; XI.

Ofthe Idols, andldohuousfacrifices

«?;^Ncw Spainc. P^g-?^?

Chap. XII.

ofthe religious Pisces and Perfonsin

New Spaine : wherein are alfo handled

their Penance, Marriages, BmhWs^and



other Rites, performed hj their Priefts;

pag.Soi
Chap. XIIL
Ofthefufputatwn of^tmes, FeJliuaU
y^/^ww/w,Collcgcs,SchooIcs,Lettcrs,
Opinions, and other remarkable things, in
New Spaine. pag.8o6

Chap. XIIIT.
(?/'Iucatan,Nicaragua, and other pla-
cesbetweeneNewSpaine,andtheJlreighti
(j/Dariene. pag.812.



THE NINTH BOOK E.

Of Cumana, Guiana, Brafill, Chica, Chili, Peru, and other Regions
of America Peruviana, and of their Religions.



Chap. I,

GF the Southerne Kmcr\cn,andofthe
Countries on the Sea-coafi , beivoeene
DariencrfW Cumana. p3g.8ij>

Chap. II.
o/Gamana. pag 824

Chap. III.

O/Paria, Guiana, andthe Neighbour

Countries, both on the CoaH , and mthtn

the Land. P^g-S^y

Chap. 1 1 1 1.

o/Brafill. P3g-83y

Chap V.
of the War res, Man- eating , and other
Mites ofthe Bra/Jlians. l>^%■^ ?

Chap. VI.
Ofthe Rilier of Plate , and the Coun-
tries adioyning, and ofthe Maggcllanc
freights. P'ig.849

Chap. VII.
Qf Terra Auftralis, and Chili.

pag.Sdj
Chap VIII.
ofthe Cenquefi of "^cxu by the Spani-
ards : and of their Ingua's or Emperors.

pag.Sd;



Chap. IX.

of the Countrie of Peru : NjturaU^

(economical/, and Politicallobferuations.

pag.Byi
Chap. X.

Of the God s <?r Id ols of Per u , and o-
ther their opinions. P^g-^??

Chap. XI.
Of the religious Perfons, Temples, Coji-
fefions^ and Sacrifices in Peru.

pag. 880
Chap. XII.
of their Supputation. of Times : of tht
PeaHs, Sepulchres , and other Peruvian
Superfiitions. pag.885

Chap. XIII.
ofthe Hands adioyningto America.

pag.88^
Chap. XIIII.
of \{\{^ax{\o\z:andatouch homewards
at Bermuda. P-''g-po5

Chap. XV.
OftheSpanif} cruelties, and their per*
uerfe Conuerfwn ofthe people vntoChri-
Jlianitie^ in America. pag-P i*



A 4.



The Catalogue of the Authors.




Baue here mufleredin thy v'iC».jCourteoftf Reader ^th«fe Au-
thors which from mine ovcne fight I htue mentioned in this
ivarkc. Some ofthemyJconfeffc^tre of no great note-, andfome
are notedfornotortem counterfeits', but all are offome vfe^
andmeeteto he here placed, that they may haue their duel
' h fi*"^ ofthankefulnejfe for then veorthy and great tnduUrie
*2« (wherein thofe defcrue a place, though etherveife oyfcure-pbo
by their Nduigatiom and Difceuertes haue made the world knovPn to itfelfejothers^
that they may he knovne to be lies and me ere Changelings. I xeas the rather induced
togiuetheeaTableoftbeirnames^becaufenothinginthe Imfrcpon hath efcaped
more faultie, then the miffe-a&ming of 'Authors; ofvphkh I thought goei heere to
gtue notice. I acknowledge that KamuCiusandLM.Haklu'ittfn their Booh of roy-
Ages, haue heenetwo Lthraries vnto meofminy lijuigations and Difcoumes heere
mentioned: and now in this Edition I haue beene much beholden to M. Hakluit/ir
many written Treat ifes in this kindet In this^^and all kinds, Sacred^Profaxe^Learm
ned,Fnleiirned,<^ncientfModernefio9d,andB3d\lhsue tsyled myfelfe to benefit
thee. Some cfihcir names might hatte beene adsicdin the former Impre/ien, but
through hiijl were emitted : and many more might be added, vehith are cited in this
Worke.But becaufe I haue borrowed tber/t on others ereiit, andnet feene themmj
felfe (andmmjfor other caufes)! haue net here menticnedthem. The Letter Vftg'-
nifies that uv hnue but a fragment ef the f aid i^utbor, and ?C, brands him for M
counterfeit.




A.

mclib.Abbit.

jDoa.Abbot.

' AbdiaSjpf.

Ichritt. Adri-
chomius.
RAbraham Lcuita.
Ado Vienncnfis.
Abr.Iudxus.
Clement Adami,
Thcod-Abucara.
iElianus.
t^^thicus,
t/£fopus.
t/£ncas Gazeus.
Abidcnus.f,
e/€thiopikc Liturgie.
Agathias.
A.Gellius.
Alhacem Arabs.
Alcuinuj.
Alcoran.
P.t/£milius.
Ainbrofiusi;
lac.Anton.
Agatharchides f.
lacob.Andrcas.
Dan.Angclocrator.



\



lul.African.cxccrpta.

Alphonfus a Carthagcna.

Alcx.ab Alexandre.

Alcx.Polyhiftor.f.

Adrianus Romanus,

Pet.Alca^cua.

lolcph p

Chriftophorus >Acofta.

Emanuel ^J

L.Almeida.

Alex.Aphrodifcus.

AIcxand.5.Bulla.

Phil.Amadas.

Baptifta Antonio.

lo.Alphonfc.

Fcr.Alarchon.

Albumafar.

Alcabitius.

Alfraganus.

Albertus Mag.

ApoUonius.

F.Aluarez.

C.Agrippa.

Angiolello.

Alfredus.

Pedro deAlfaro.

PctrusApianus.

BarthoI.Amantius.

A.Ariuabcnc.



Arabs Nobilis.

Appianus.

Apulcius.

Albricus.

Apoilodorus.

Annius.

Ariftotclcs.

ArrianusNiccmeii.

ArrianiPctip.

Athensgoras.

P.Aluarcr.

Athcnxufi,

Aratus,

Arctius.

Arnobius,

Auguflinus.

Ariftophanes,

Aufoniiis.

Auentinus.

F.Auienus.

Affer Mencucnfis.

ArccmidotusEphcf.f.

G.ArthusDantifc.

Athanafius.

T.Aquinas,

Ant.Arnauld.

Ariftidcs.f

Arifl^us.pf.

Avieenna.



BaHliuft



The Catalogue of the Authors.



B

BAfilius.
Cafpar Bartholinuf;
Herinolaus Barbarus,
Joannes Balakus.
Bcda.
T.Beza.
I.Barros.
CBaronius.
Bellarminus^
Mar.Barlctius,
DuBarcas.
Fran.Balduinus.
lofafa Barbaro.
Gaf.Balby.

Martinus a Baumgarccn.
Hift.ofBarbarie.
Newes from Barbaric.
Berofus.f.
BcrofuSjpH
Defcription ofBcnin.
Pb.Bcroaldus.
Dcfcript.of Bermudas.
Mar.Beroaldus.
I. Bale.
P.Bellonius.
G. Befl.

Cornelius Betramus.
P.Bertius.
Odoardo Barbofa.
Compagno di Barbofa,
L.Bayerlinckus.

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R. Benjamin Tudclcnfis.

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Bcrnardus.

T.Bibliandcr.

T.Blufldcuile.

I.Bodinus.

S.T.Baskeruile.

Biddulph.

P.Bizarus.

Arias Blandonius,

la.Boiflardus.

Boskhierus.

DithmarBleskcDt.

D.Bound.

H.Buntingus

Brocardus.

LBocmus

G.BocetoBenefe



B. Brcidenbachius,

Tycho Brahe.

lohnBoccacc.

B.Briflbn.

Benedetto Bordonc

Guil.Bruflius.

Edward Brercwood

iohn Brerely

Mar.Broniouius

Thcodorus^

Joannes /-deBry.

Ifracl ^

BoetiuJ.

Stephen Burrougb.

Chriftophcr Burrough

Herman dcBrec.

Steph.dcBrito

And.Bouei.

A.Busbequius

H.Brougliton

Bucanus

Gu.Budspus

Burgcnfis

Wencefl.Budouitz.

T.Brigiitmannus

Mat.Burgklehnerus

Buxdorfius

BuUingerus

lo.Brcrcton.

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Cl.Cifar
L.Carrctus
J.Caluinus
Cardanus
G.Camdenus
Otho Cafmannus
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Chryfoftomus
Joannes Caius
Seth.Caluifius
Jf.Cafaubonus
D.Carleton
Jo.Cantacuzenus
loac.Camerarius
Simon Cabafilas
Ph.Camerarius
Franc.Cabralis
Dionyf.Carthufianus
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Cdius Calcagninus

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lul.Capitolinus

T.Caucndifh Nauig.

Mclch.Canus

Laon.Chalcondylcs

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Cedrenus

Chronicle of the Bible

Circumference ofthecatdv

GulielmusChoul

Pctrus Ciacconius

Samuel Champlcin

Seb.Caftalion

Cattaldo

Lcon.Chienfis

Catullus

Claudianus

Clemens Alexand.

D.Chytr^us

Ceremonigfacras R.E.

Nat.Comes

Nic.diConti

Comito Venctiano

Codomannus

Card.Contareno

Ambrofio Contarini

Contugo Contughi

Gil.Cognatus

Ferdinandus Cortefius

Cjcl.S.Curio

Cornel.dcludaris

Car.CIufius

Chrift.CIaiiius

Ni C.Copernicus

Q£urtius

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Jo.Copley

Ric.Chciny

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And.Coifali

R.Coucrte

R.Clark.

GafpardcCruz

Alan.Copus

Vafq.de Coronada

V.Oecz

Cyphanus

Nic.Chailufius

Chriftoph.Columbus

Comeftor

OfwaldusCroUius

Cofterus

Ed.Cliftc

I.Chilton

L.Coriiinus

Nonius Cugna

N.Cufanus

Marc.Ciu(ius>

D

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Diodorus Siculus
Ant.Dalmeida
Dauidisj^th.lir.
N.Dimafccnus/.
lo.Dauis
Lamb.Danius
DicJtarcbus
Martinus Dclrio
Diogenes Laertius
DionNicariis
Dion Cafsius
Dares Phrygius.pf.
Di6l:ys Crct.pf.
D.Downam
Driilius
Dionyf.Afer.
D.on'yf.Halicarnaffcus
Dorothcus
NicDoglioni
Durandus
Durantus
Dutch Hiftorie
Mat.Drefferus
Dinnyf.Areopag.pf.
Herniannus Dalmaia
Wol.Drefchlerus
S.Fr.Drake nav.
Draudius.
G.Diicket.
Tanii^Doufa
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Georg.Doufa.
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Claude Durct.

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PaulusEberus
R.Eden
Elias Cretenfis
Epiphanius
EldadDanius
Enoch pf.f.
Emanuel R.Ht.
Baptifta Egnatius
Arthur Edwards'
Tho.Eilis
Ephcf.Concil.
lo.Etrobius
Erafmus
Bcrn.Efcalanta
Euajjrius
NicEuboicus
Euripides

Giouanni da Empoli
Eupolemus.f.
Eulhthius
I.Eucfham
Eufebius

Eftatcs du Monde
I.Eldred
Th.Eraflus
Euijenius Ep.Sinai.
F

P.Fagius
MarfiliusFicmuJ
lo.Forflerus
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lac.Fontanus
lo.Fox,

Georgius Fabr'uius
Ralfe Fitch
L.Florus
Phil.Ferdinandus
luliusFirmicus
D.Fletcher
VbertusFoliett*
Scbatt.Foxius
Lud.Fernandes
L.Fene(klla
lo-Filefacus
Rob.Fabian.
Damiano Fonfeca
Defcript.ofFlorida
Minutius Felix
Scbafi.Ferdinandus
Fran.Fcrnandes
Joannes Fcrnandcs
G.Fenncr



Hieron.aS.Fidc

Ab.Francc

NouaFrancia

H.Fracaftorius

Lud.Frois

Carf.Frederikc

Gemma Frifius

Froiflart

Martin Fumcc

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I Funccius

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Theod.Gaza
luan Gaetart
Balt.G-gus
Franc.Gafpar
Pet.Calatiiius
Galenus
Vafco de Gama
Genebrard.
Greg.Niflenus
Gregor.Magnus
Grcgor.Naziaazcnuj
Conrad.Gcfuerus^
I.Gcrardus
GennadiusPatr.
S.R.GreenuilcNay.
D.Gourgues
Corncliu* Gerardi
HefleliusGerardus
Ant.Gueuata
S.H.Gilbert
Gloffaordinaria
Dam.a Goes
D.Gilbcrt
St.Gerlach
Step.Gomcs
Petrus Gomes
Ant.Geufraeus
Ant.GaluanO
A.Guagninus
Gaudentius Brit.
Bcned.Goes
lo.GoropiusB.
Hcn.Glarcanug
Lud.Georgiui
Gramaye
Gratianus
R.Greenham
F.Guicciardin
B.Gcorgiouitz
P.Gyllius
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T he C atalogue of the Authors .


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lo.Hondius


Batt.Kechcrman


Hofpinianus


IcKnoUs


Fra.deGualle


D.Harding


I.Kcplerus


LiLGyraldus


Horatius


^.Abraham ben Kauan


Grcgcntius
HieronymoGiraua


Homer
R.Hookcr


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Hieronimus


T Aftantius
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Cornelius Geratdi


HugodeS,Vi£lorc


AloifiusGoueauus


A.Hyperius


W.Lambert


I.Grutcrus


luliusHiginus


lof.Langius


Defcription ofGuinca


Garcia sabHorto


Rene Laudonnicre


Nunno di Guzman


Rob.Hues.


Jo.Lampadius


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Laurcntius laponius


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And. a Lacuna


Stcph.abHagen


Jo.Ianc


Wol.Lazius


Halls Chron.


A.Ianfonius


Lcgendaaurea


Robert Harcourt


lamblichus


lo.LcoMaurus


D.Hall.


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LcoHebra:us


W.Hareborne


Pierre dularric


Leunclauius


Haiton Armen.


Ignatius


LLerius


Th Harriot


IgnatijCondaue


Le.Lemnius


Ed.Haies.


lor.GorionidespC
Thomas a lefu


Char.Lcigh


S.Io. Hawkins Nav.


lo.Lock


Henry Hawks


lornandcs


NicLongobarduj


LHart.


Emanuel lefletia


Ed.Liuely


Antonio Herrera


^rngrimlonas


Liuius


Martin dc Hertada


lofephus


Liuij Epitome


N.Hcmingius


R.Iofeph CaHil,


Lindanus


Hcgefippus/.


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