5 edition of Reges reginae, nobiles, & alij in ecclesia collegiata B. Petri Westmonsterij sepulti, vsque ad annum reparatae salutis 1600. found in the catalog.
|Statement||excudebat E. Bollinsantus|
|Publishers||excudebat E. Bollinsantus|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 135 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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The first edition, written inwas published in 1586. Rather than write a history, Camden wanted to describe in detail the Great Britain of the present, and to show how the traces of the past could be discerned in the existing landscape.
Petri Westmonasterij sepulti, vsque ad annum reparatae salutis 1600"Camden, William, 1551-1623.
Possible imperfections Reges reginae missing and blurred pages, poor pictures, markings and other reproduction issues beyond our control.
"Sir Robert Cotton, Camden's Britannia, and the early history of Roman Wall studies". An abridgement was published in Amsterdam in 1617 and reprinted in 1639; and versions of the text were also included in 's Theatrum Orbis Terrarum published in Amsterdam in 1645 and in 's Novus Atlas again published in Amsterdam, in 1646.
Camden left his books to his former pupil and friendthe creator of the. The 1607 edition included for the first time a full set of English county maps, based on the surveys of andand engraved by William Kip and who also engraved the fine frontispiece.
Camden successfully defended himself against the charges in subsequent editions of the work. William Camden and the making of history". Reges, reginae [ ] In 1600 Camden published, anonymously, Reges, reginae, nobiles et alii in ecclesia collegiata B. Canterbury and York Society, xxxv, xxxvi, xxxix, 1928-33.
Dates of excursions based on DeMolen 1984, p.