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T, T.
T. T, Thomas Twyne
T, Thomas Twyne
Twine, Thomas
Twinus, Thomas
Twyne, Thomas
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Computer file
Language material
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writer of accompanying material
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Brinton, Anna Cox (1887-1969))
Douglas, Gavin
Douglas, Gawin (1474-1522))
English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Petrarca, Francesco (1304-1374)
Phayer, Thomas (1510?-1560)
Vegio, Maffeo (1407-1458)
Vegius, Maphaeus (1407-1458)
Vegius, Mapheus (1406-1458))
Vergilius Maro, P. (70 v.Chr.-19 v.Chr)
Vergilius Maro, Publius (70 v.Chr.-19 v.Chr)
Watkins, Richard (d. 1599)
Aeneid of Thomas Phaer and Thomas Twyne, The : a critical edition introducing Renaissance metrical typography
Aneidos liber XIII
breuiary of Britayne, The : as this most noble and renowed iland was of auncient time deuided into three kindomes, England, Scotland, and Wales : contaynyng a learned discourse of the variable state & alteration therof vnder divers, as wel natural, forren princes & conquerours : together with the geographicall description of the same, such as nether by elder nor later writers, the like has been set foorth before
Breviary of Britayne
commentarioli descriptionis britannicae fragmentum
Maphaeus Vegius and his thirteenth book of the Aeneid
new counsell against the plague, a
Orbis terrae descriptio.
Physica Christiana.
Physicke against fortune
rebus Albionicis, Britannicis atque Anglicis, Commentariorum libri duo. -, De
Remediis utriusque fortunæ.
schoolemaster, or teacher of table philosophie. -, The
supplement to the twelfth book of the aeneid
surueye of the vvorld, or situation of the earth, so muche as is inhabited Comprysing briefely the generall partes thereof, with the names both new and olde, of the principal countries, kingdoms, peoples, cities, towns, portes, promontories, hils, woods, mountains, valleyes, riuers and fountains therin conteyned. Also of seas, with their clyffes, reaches, turnings, elbows, quicksands, rocks, flattes, shelues and shoares. A work very necessary and delectable for students of geographie, saylers, and others. First vvritten in Greeke by Dionise Alexandrine, and novv englished by Thomas Twine, Gentl, The
Thomas Twyne's discourse on the earthquake of 1580
Wonderfull woorkmanship of the world