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ANCIENT i TRANSLATIONS. 355
The Lyyes of Philosophers and Grators, from the - Greek of Eunapius, 4to. - - 1579
ye ACHLLLES TATIUS. '
T M. ANTONINUSF he The Golden Bokevof Marcus Aurelius, Emperour and eloquent Orator , 1 Qmo. Lond. l553
Translated out of Fr. into Eng. by Sir john Bourchier, Kt. Scc. Scc.
Other editions ofthis arein1534, 1535 , 1536, 1537.' t 1559. 1586. 1588 1)-1oNYs1Us.J - "
' Thus entered in the books of the Stationers' Company.
" Richard]ones.] The Lives ofdivers excellent,Orators and Philosophers written in Greekeby Enapius ofthe city of Sardis in Lydia, and translated into Englishe be."
3 This .b0oke was entered in the same year by Thomas Creede, on the books of the Stationers' Company.
" This book is only introduced, that an obportunity may be obtained of excluding it from any future catalogue oftrans. lated claslicks. It was a fraud of Guevara's, but not undetefled 3" for Chapman, in his-Gentleman Usher, 1602. speaks of the bookas Guevards own. " If there be not more choice words in that letter, than in any three of Guevara's Golden Epistles, I am a very ass." See his article in Bayle. Our countryman-Elyott did somewhat of the same kind He re'
i - P tended to tranllate' the Afiies and Sentences notable, of the E .
mperor Alexander Severus (from the Greek of Encolpius). 'See Fqbrifius' and Tanner'5 Bibliolhec. 3cc. .
HIPPOCRATES. The Aphorismes of Hippocrates, redaeled into a H certaine'Order, and -translated by Humfrie Llhyd, 8vo. - - 1585 G A L E N.
Esops Fables in true Orthography , with Gratnmar notes, translated out of the Latin by William
I 5 A translation of the fame book is likewise entered at St3tioncrs'I-lall, 1502. and again twice in 1504. for dilfercnc printers.
The thirteen Bukes of Eneados in Scottiih Metir , by Gawain Douglas, 4to. Lond. - ' 1553 Certaine Bookes of Virgiles 1Eneis 6 turned into' . English Mecir , by the right honourable Lorde ,
6 This is a translation of the second and fourth books into blank verse. and is perhaps the oldell fpecimen of that metre
7 The following " Epytaphe of Mailler Thomas Phayre," is found in a very- scarce book entitled "Eglogs, Epytaphes,
and Sonettes, Newly written by1Barnabe Googe, 1563.
15 Marche. lmprynted at London by Thomas Colwell, for Ralfc Newbcry, dwelyng in Fleteslrete a little aboue the
Conduit in the late (hop of Thomas Bartelet."