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Beginnings and Discoveries: Polydore Vergil's De inventoribus rerum

An Unabridged Translation and Edition with Introduction, Notes and Glossary


Beno Weiss and Louis C. Pérez

An unabridged translation and edition with introduction, notes and glossary. First publication of the integral text in the English language.


With an introduction and indexes by H. Vanhulst.


Edited by Alice E. Wilson

When the volume Poetae Tres Elegantissimi was produced at Paris in 1582, the poets included were Joannes Secundus, Michelle Marullo and Girolamo Angeriano, represented by his best-known work, the Eropaegnion, orginally published in Florence in 1512, which had come to enjoy particular popularity in France and had exercised a considerable influence on vernacular literature there. All 199 poems (with the few alternative versions) are assembled from the various sixteenth century editions in a newly edited Latin text. Each poem translated into English prose; substantial commentary.

Johannes Cochlaeus, Philippicae I-VII (2 Vols.)

Edited with Introduction and Commentary


Edited by Ralph Keen

The Philippics – originally published between 1534 and 1549 – were directed against the Reformation, and notably against Philipp Melanchthon.
I. Text
II. Introduction – Commentary – Bibliography – Appendices

Belgica Typographica, 1541-1600 (4 Vols.)

Catalogus librorum impressorum ab anno MDXLI (1541) ad annum MDC (1600) in regionibus quae nunc Regni Belgarum partes sunt


Elly Cockx-Indestege

A short-title catalogue of altogether 9.755 Belgian editions 1541-1600 in the Royal Library, Brussels and in 93 other Belgian libraries. Numerous cross references. Introductions trilingual (Dutch, French, English). The work is enhanced with very extensive Indices (vol. IV).


Edited by Ralph Keen

This tract, a defence of the faith of the English people, was originally published in 1526. The present new text-edition has a parallel English translation. It is preceded by an Introduction and followed by a Commentary, two Appendices and an Index.

Bibliographia Calviniana

Catalogus chronologicus operum Calvini. Catalogus systematicus operum quae sunt de Calvino. Cum indice auctorum alphabetico

Alfred Erichson

Catalogus chronologicus, describing works by Calvin, 1532-1899. - Catalogus systematicus, describing works about Calvin (880 entries + addenda).

The Game of Chess: Marco Girolamo Vida's Scacchia Ludus

With English Verse Translation and the Texts of the Three Earlier Versions. Edited with Introduction and Notes


Mario A. di Cesare

This volume presents the four extant versions of Vida's mythological poem Scacchia Ludus, together with an Introduction and an English verse translation.