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Arthur of Brytayn. The hystory of the moost noble and valyaunt knyght Arthur of lytell brytayne, translated out of frensshe in to englisshe by the noble Johan bourghcher knyght lorde Barners, newly Imprynted.

1560

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Arthur of Brytayn. The hystory of the moost noble and valyaunt knyght Arthur of lytell brytayne, translated out of frensshe in to englisshe by the noble Johan bourghcher knyght lorde Barners, newly Imprynted.

Title-page Attribution: As above
Only recorded copy of this variant (which omits the colophon) in the STC
Printer’s name from STC
Other Copies: None
[And 4 copies of another variant, STC 807]

1560

Auteur: Bourchier, John
Titre: Arthur of Brytayn. The hystory of the moost noble and valyaunt knyght Arthur of lytell brytayne, translated out of frensshe in to englisshe by the noble Johan bourghcher knyght lorde Barners, newly Imprynted.
Lieu d'édition: London
Editeur: [William Copland]
Date: 1560
Langue: English
Nombre de scans: 387
Type: Print
Code barre: 1072056408
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