A restitvtion of decayed intelligence: in antiquities. Concerning the most noble and renovvmed [sic] English nation / cby the studie and trauaile of R.V. Dedicated vnto the Kings most excellent Maiestie.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Verstegan, Richard, approximately 1550-1640.
Other Authors: Verstegan, Richard, approximately 1550-1640 (Engraver)
Associated Names: Bruney, Robert (Printer), Norton, John (Publisher), Bill, John (Printer)
Format: Book
Published: Printed at Antvverp : By Robert Bruney. 1605. And to be sold at London in Paules-Churchyeard, by Iohn Norton and Iohn Bill, [1605]
Physical Description:[24], 338, [14] p. : ill. (metal cuts) ; 20 cm (4to)
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General note:Title page in red and black.
Dedication signed: Richard Verstegan.
Signatures: [dagger]-3[dagger]⁴ A-2X⁴.
Leaf 2X3 mis-signed 2V3.
Coat of arms of the Verstegan family at end of text prior to the index (2V2)
Includes index.
Entered to Bill 21 March and 6 May [1605]
With engraved illustrations by the author.
Title vignette: Nationum origo; with an ornament at end of each section.
Text is concerned with the dispersion of peoples after the confusion of tongues at Babel, in particular the Saxon ancestry of the English people.
Pages 13 and 208 misnumbered 11 and 209 respectively.
Includes printed marginalia.
Citation / References note:STC (2nd ed.), 21361
ESTC, S116255
Immediate source of acquisition note:Bequest; William Grylls; 1863.
Other copy-specific details note:Copy note: leaf 2V2 bearing coat of arms of the Verstegan family missing. - With a number of annotations and underlinings.
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