The ancient, famovs and honourable history of Amadis de Gaule.Discovrsing the adventvres, loues and fortunes of many princes, knights and ladies, as well of Great Brittaine, as of many other kingdomes beside, &c.

written in French by the Lord of Essars, Nicholas de Herberay, ordinarie commissarie of the Kings artillerie, and his lieutenant thereof, in the countrie and gouernment of Picardie, &c

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Other Authors: Herberay, Nicolas de, sieur des Essars, active 16th century., Munday, Anthony, 1553-1633., Pyott, Lazarus.
Associated Name: Okes, Nicholas (Printer)
Uniform Title:Amadís de Gaula (Spanish romance). Book 1-4. English.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: [London] : Printed at London by Nicholas Okes, 1619.
Physical Description:[4], 252, [4]; [4], 184, [2] p. ; 29 cm (fol.)
Place of Publication:
England -- London.
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General note:"The second booke of Amadis de Gaule. .. Translated out of French, by A.M." has separate dated title page, pagination, and register.
A translation of Nicolas de Herberay's French translation of the Spanish text.
In book 2 of Trinity College copy p. 73-74 is missing and has been replaced by a handwritten copy.
Translator's dedication to book 1 signed: A.M., i.e. Anthony Munday. The second book was in fact translated by Lazarus Pyott and edited by Munday. (ESTC)
Usually bound with the third and fourth books, which were issued together in 1618. (Trinity College copy is bound with books three and four. These books catalogued separately at VI.4.21[2] - ESTCS106808)
Citation / References note:ESTC, S106806
STC (2nd ed.), 544
Immediate source of acquisition note:
Bequest; Murray 00.00.1919?.
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VI.4.21[1] Not for loan : Available
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