The Resource The ancient historie of the destruction of Troy : Divided into III. bookes. The I. shewing the founders, and foundation of the said citie, with the causes and manner how it was sacked and first destroyed by Hercules. The II. how it was re-edified, and how Hercules slew K. Laomedon, and destroyed it the second time: and of Hercules his worthy deeds, and his death. The III. how Priamus son of King Laomedon, rebuilded Troy againe, more stronger then it was before: and how for the ravishment of Dame Helen, wife to King Menelaus of Greece, the sayd citie was vtterly destoyed, and Priamus, with Hector and all his sonnes slayne. Also mentioning the rising and flourishing of divers kings and kingdomes, with the decay and ouerthrow of others. Besides many admirable acts of chivalrie and martiall prowesse, effected by valiant knights, in the defence and loue of distressed ladies. Translated out of French into English by W. Caxton

The ancient historie of the destruction of Troy : Divided into III. bookes. The I. shewing the founders, and foundation of the said citie, with the causes and manner how it was sacked and first destroyed by Hercules. The II. how it was re-edified, and how Hercules slew K. Laomedon, and destroyed it the second time: and of Hercules his worthy deeds, and his death. The III. how Priamus son of King Laomedon, rebuilded Troy againe, more stronger then it was before: and how for the ravishment of Dame Helen, wife to King Menelaus of Greece, the sayd citie was vtterly destoyed, and Priamus, with Hector and all his sonnes slayne. Also mentioning the rising and flourishing of divers kings and kingdomes, with the decay and ouerthrow of others. Besides many admirable acts of chivalrie and martiall prowesse, effected by valiant knights, in the defence and loue of distressed ladies. Translated out of French into English by W. Caxton

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The ancient historie of the destruction of Troy : Divided into III. bookes. The I. shewing the founders, and foundation of the said citie, with the causes and manner how it was sacked and first destroyed by Hercules. The II. how it was re-edified, and how Hercules slew K. Laomedon, and destroyed it the second time: and of Hercules his worthy deeds, and his death. The III. how Priamus son of King Laomedon, rebuilded Troy againe, more stronger then it was before: and how for the ravishment of Dame Helen, wife to King Menelaus of Greece, the sayd citie was vtterly destoyed, and Priamus, with Hector and all his sonnes slayne. Also mentioning the rising and flourishing of divers kings and kingdomes, with the decay and ouerthrow of others. Besides many admirable acts of chivalrie and martiall prowesse, effected by valiant knights, in the defence and loue of distressed ladies. Translated out of French into English by W. Caxton
Title
The ancient historie of the destruction of Troy
Title remainder
Divided into III. bookes. The I. shewing the founders, and foundation of the said citie, with the causes and manner how it was sacked and first destroyed by Hercules. The II. how it was re-edified, and how Hercules slew K. Laomedon, and destroyed it the second time: and of Hercules his worthy deeds, and his death. The III. how Priamus son of King Laomedon, rebuilded Troy againe, more stronger then it was before: and how for the ravishment of Dame Helen, wife to King Menelaus of Greece, the sayd citie was vtterly destoyed, and Priamus, with Hector and all his sonnes slayne. Also mentioning the rising and flourishing of divers kings and kingdomes, with the decay and ouerthrow of others. Besides many admirable acts of chivalrie and martiall prowesse, effected by valiant knights, in the defence and loue of distressed ladies. Translated out of French into English by W. Caxton
Title variation
  • Recueil des histoires de Troye
  • Destruction of Troy
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Language
eng
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UBC
Citation location within source
15382
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STC (2nd ed.)
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active 1460
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Lefèvre, Raoul
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no index present
LC call number
Z2002
LC item number
.U58
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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approximately 1422-1491
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Caxton, William
  • Phiston, William
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  • Troy (Extinct city)
  • Turkey
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general
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The ancient historie of the destruction of Troy : Divided into III. bookes. The I. shewing the founders, and foundation of the said citie, with the causes and manner how it was sacked and first destroyed by Hercules. The II. how it was re-edified, and how Hercules slew K. Laomedon, and destroyed it the second time: and of Hercules his worthy deeds, and his death. The III. how Priamus son of King Laomedon, rebuilded Troy againe, more stronger then it was before: and how for the ravishment of Dame Helen, wife to King Menelaus of Greece, the sayd citie was vtterly destoyed, and Priamus, with Hector and all his sonnes slayne. Also mentioning the rising and flourishing of divers kings and kingdomes, with the decay and ouerthrow of others. Besides many admirable acts of chivalrie and martiall prowesse, effected by valiant knights, in the defence and loue of distressed ladies. Translated out of French into English by W. Caxton
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The sixth edition, now newly corrected and amended.
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The ancient historie of the destruction of Troy : Divided into III. bookes. The I. shewing the founders, and foundation of the said citie, with the causes and manner how it was sacked and first destroyed by Hercules. The II. how it was re-edified, and how Hercules slew K. Laomedon, and destroyed it the second time: and of Hercules his worthy deeds, and his death. The III. how Priamus son of King Laomedon, rebuilded Troy againe, more stronger then it was before: and how for the ravishment of Dame Helen, wife to King Menelaus of Greece, the sayd citie was vtterly destoyed, and Priamus, with Hector and all his sonnes slayne. Also mentioning the rising and flourishing of divers kings and kingdomes, with the decay and ouerthrow of others. Besides many admirable acts of chivalrie and martiall prowesse, effected by valiant knights, in the defence and loue of distressed ladies. Translated out of French into English by W. Caxton
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file reproduced from microform
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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black and white
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
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606507996
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unknown
Edition
The sixth edition, now newly corrected and amended.
Extent
1 online resource ([8], 232, [6], 237-398, [6], 401-545, [1] pages)
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one file format
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online
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lossless
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computer
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