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A record of auncient histories intituled in Latin Gesta Romanorum

discoursing vpon sundry examples for the aduancement of vertue and the abandoning of vice : no lesse pleasant in reading, then profitable in practice : now newly perused and corrected

by Robinson, Richard citizen of London

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Published by By Thomas Este in Imprinted at London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesRecord of ancient histories intituled in Latin Gesta Romanorum
Statementby R. Robinson, citizen of London
ContributionsEast, Thomas, 1540?-1608? printer, Barton, Thomas Pennant, 1803-1869, former owner, Regium Gymnasium Bruxellense
The Physical Object
Pagination[4], 157, [3] leaves ;
Number of Pages157
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25858701M
OCLC/WorldCa919005111

  The old English versions of the Gesta Romanorum; edited for the first time from manuscripts in the British Museum and University Library, Cambridge, with an introduction and notes [Madden, Frederic] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The old English versions of the Gesta Romanorum; edited for the first time from manuscripts in the British Museum and . A Latin collection of anecdotes and tales probably compiled in the early 14th century, the Gesta Romanorum (Deeds of the Romans) was one of the most popular books of the time and the source, directly or indirectly, of much later literature. Nothing certain is known about its author, but its instructive nature and the allegorical explanations attached to the stories in the early versions.

  Richard Robinson published in ‘A Record of Ancient Hystoryes in Latin—Gesta Romanorum autore, ut supponitur, Johanne Leylando antiquario,’ of which a sixth edition is dated An ‘Epigramma de fundatione Cantab. Academiæ,’ by Leland, is in Ashmol. MS. Though the Gesta Romanorum was understood by its medieval audience as "history," the Emperor's name is not historical. Etymologically related to the Latin felicitatis meaning "beatification, or capable of beatification," in English it more generally means "felicity" or "happiness.".

☃ Top 11 - A Record of Ancient Histories Entituled in Latin Gesta Romanorum Discours - Top Reviews 5 1 Heather Rae Young revealed that she has a great relationship with her man, Tarek El Moussa’s former wife, ChrA Record of Ancient Histories Entituled in Latin Gesta Romanorum Discourstina Anstead!   The History of Romantic Fabling is enveloped in much perplexity; nor is it diminished by the various conjectures which have been started and upheld. The labours of ingenuity are not always convincing; and perhaps the very fact of their plausibility leads us to mistrust. Discussion upon remote history is ever attended with difficulty; and arguments that rest upon the basis of refined deduction.


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Gesta Romanorum: a Record of Auncient Histories. Original t.p. reads: A record of auncient histories, intituled in Latin: Gesta Romanorum.

Discoursing upon sundry examples for the aduauncement of vertue, and the abandoning of vice. No lease pleasant in reading, then profitable in practise. Now newly perused and corrected by R.

Robinson, citizen of London. Imprinted at London by Thomas Est, Get this from a library. [A record of auncient histories intituled in Latin, Gesta Romanorum]. A record of auncient histories = intituled in Latin: Gesta Romanorum. Discouering upon sundry examples, for the aduancement of vertue, and abandoning of vice.

No lesse pleasant in reading than profitable in practice. Now newly perused and corrected vvith some additions by Ri. A record of auncient histories intituled in Latin Gesta Romanorum: discoursing vpon sundry examples for the aduancement of vertue and the abandoning of vice: no lesse pleasant in reading, then profitable in practice: now newly perused and corrected.

Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Full text of "A record of ancient histories, entituled in Latine, Gesta Romanorum" See other formats. GESTA ROMANORVM 5 Filia Piratae 6 De sequenda ratione 15 De sancti Alexii filii Euphemiani imperatoris 28 De inexsecrabili dolo vetularum 40 De modo temptationis et peritia 44 De invidia 53 De bonis rectoribus non mutandis 57 De perfectione vitae 59 De superbia nimia, et quomodo superbi ad humilitatem maximam saepe perveniunt; satis notabile.

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Full text of "Gesta Romanorum" See other formats. A record of auncient histories intituled in Latin Gesta Romanorum R. Robinson. Gesta Romanorum, English Deeds of the Romans, Latin collection of anecdotes and tales, probably compiled early in the 14th century.

It was one of the most popular books of the time and the source, directly or indirectly, of much later literature, including that of Chaucer, John Gower, Thomas Hoccleve, Shakespeare, and many its authorship nothing certain is known, but its didactic.

A record of ancient histories, entituled in Latine: Gesta Romanorum.: Discoursing of sundry examples, for the advancement of vertue, and the abandoning of vice.: Very pleasant in reading, and profitable in practise.

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A record of ancient histories, entituled in Latin: Gesta Romanorum Discoursing of sundry examples, for the aduancement of vertue, and the abandoning reading, then profitable in practise. () ISBN () Softcover, EEBO Editions, ProQuest,   ‘A Record of Ancyent Historyes, entituled in Latin Gesta Romanorum [by John Leland?], Translated, Perused, Corrected, and Bettered,’8vo.

‘The Dyall of Dayly Contemplacon for Synners, Moral and Divine Matter in English Prose and Verse, first published in print annocorrected and reformed for the time’ (dedicated to. A record of ancient histories, entituled in Latin, Gesta Romanorum: Discoursing of sundry examples, for the advancement of vertue, and the abandoning of vice.

Very pleasant in reading, and profitable in. Among the Harleian MSS. is an ancient collection of stories, romantic, allegorical and legendary, compiled by a preacher for the use of monastic societies.

There were other such collections, but the most famous of all, widely used not only by the preachers but also by the poets, was the Latin story-book known as the "Gesta Romanorum.". The 'Anglo-Latin Gesta' is the immediate original of the early English translation from which the following stories are taken, with slight verbal changes.

The word Gesta, in mediæval Latin, means notable or historic act or exploit. The Church, drawing all power, consequence, and grace from Rome, naturally looked back to the Roman empire for.The word Gesta, in mediæval Latin, means notable or historic act or exploit. The Church, drawing all power, consequence, and grace from Rome, naturally looked back to the Roman empire for historic examples.

In this fact we find the reason of the name. The tales betray an entire ignorance of history.