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Dictionarium Angliæ topographicum & historicum

William Lambarde

Dictionarium Angliæ topographicum & historicum

An alphabetical description of the chief places in England and Wales; with an account of the most memorable events which have distinguish"d them

by William Lambarde

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Published by Printed for F. Gyles in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- Description and travel -- Gazetteers.,
  • Great Britain -- Descriptionand travel.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTopographical and historical dictionary of England.
    StatementBy... William Lambarde... Now first publish"d from a manuscript under the author"s own hand.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, xiv, 498 p. :
    Number of Pages498
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19416062M

      The Book of Nature and Humanity in the Middle Ages and Renaissance ed. by David Hawkes, Richard G. Newhauser (review) The Book of Nature and Humanity in the Middle Ages and Renaissance ed. by David Hawkes, Richard Book Reviews guae Anglicae scriptione dialogus () endorse and expand Smith's opinion that the language of "our ancestors . Bibliographia. Repindon" in William Lambarde, Dictionarium Angliæ topographicum & historicum (Londinii, ) p. (); Catrine L. Jarman, Martin Biddle, Tom Higham, Christopher Bronk Ramsey, "The Viking Great Army in England: new dates from the Repton charnel" in Antiquity (2 Februarii )Nexus externi.

    Drugie narodziny teatru – Bibliografia April 5, by kocur / Thursday, 24 March / Published in Drugie narodziny teatru.   LAMBARDE, WILLIAM (–), historian of Kent, born in the parish of St. Nicholas Acon, London, on 18 Oct. , was the eldest son of John Lambarde, draper, alderman, and sheriff of London, by his first wife, Julian, daughter and ultimately heiress of William Horne of London.

    8 Dictionarium Angliae Topographicum et Historicum (London, I). The years and are the earliest and latest dates of actual composition which are mentioned in the text (pp. , 41). 9 In the title page of the Perambulation itself explains that the book was 'Col-lected and written (for the most part) in the yeare.I' [ I7 1.   Book Reviews Homilies: Introduction, Commentary and Glossary (Oxford, ), p. Cynewulf's reference to Christ's great retinue (p. ) has parallels in The Dream of the Rood, ll. 60 and ; The Dream of the Rood, ed. M. Swanton, 2d ed. (Exeter, ), pp. ­29, points out further parallels in Andreas ll. and , which may point to a larger quasi-formulaic topos. A quotation.


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An alphabetical description of the chief places in England and Wales; with an accounnt of the most memorable. The project to publish on other counties was eventually abandoned inwhen Lambarde learned of Camden's similar undertaking, but his interim researches were finally published as "Dictionarium Angliae topographicum et historicum" () and his marginal notations survive in the books he consulted now in the British Library, including John Price's "Historiae Brytannicae defensio" () and Alexander Neville's "De furoribus Norfolciensium Ketto duce.

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Cambridge Core - Church History - Broken Idols of the English Reformation - by Margaret Aston. The project to publish on other counties was eventually abandoned inwhen Lambarde learned of Camden's similar undertaking, but his interim researches were finally published as "Dictionarium Angliae topographicum et historicum" () and his marginal notations survive in the books he consulted now in the British Library, including John Price's "Historiae Brytannicae defensio" () and Alexander.

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William Lambarde, Fras Warden - Contributor Fras Warden - F. Gyles. History. Irchester was spelt Yranceaster in and Irencestre in the Domesday Book.A. Mills wrote that name was formed from the Old English personal name Ira or *Yra with the suffix ceaster denoting a Roman station, but another theory is that Iren Ceastre was an Anglo-Saxon name meaning "iron fortress".

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