A lamentable complaynte of Baptista Ma[n]tuanus, an Italysh poete wherin he famylyarly co[m]moneth wyth hys owne mynde, that deathe is not to be ... vulgar Englishe tounge by Iohan Bale. (1551).
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Publisher: EEBO Editions, ProQuest (13 July 2010)
By: John Bale (Author)
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A lamentable complaynte of Baptista Ma[n]tuanus, an Italysh poete wherin he famylyarly co[m]moneth wyth hys owne mynde, that deathe is not to be feared. Paraphrastically translated into oure vulgar Englishe tounge by Iohan Bale.
De morte contemnenda.
Baptista, Mantuanus, 1448-1516.
Bale, John, 1495-1563.
A translation of: De contemnenda morte.
Imprint from colophon: printer's name and publication date from STC.
Running title reads: Baptista Mantuanus de morte contemnenda.
[Imprinted at London : By [S. Mierdman? for] Ihon Daye, dwelling ouer Aldersgate beneth Sainte Martins, [1551?]]
STC (2nd ed.) / 22992
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