3 edition of Flowres for Latine speakinge found in the catalog.
Flowres for Latine speakinge
Publius Terentius Afer
|Other titles||Flowers for Latin speaking|
|Statement||selected and gathered oute of Terence, and the same translated into Englishe ; together vvith the exposition and setting forth aswell of such Latine wordes as vvere thought needefull to be annoted, as also of diuers gramatical rules ; very profitable and necessarye for the expedite knovvledge in the Latine tongue ; compiled by Nicholas Vdall.|
|Genre||Quotations., Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Udall, Nicholas, 1505-1556., Marsh, Thomas, fl. 1554-1587, printer., English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||PA6755 .A3 1572|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 192 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||33038562|
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Get this from a library. Flovvres or eloquent phrases of the Latine speach, gathered ont [sic] of al the sixe comœdies of Terence.
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Flores aliquot sententiarum ex variis collecti scriptoribus. = The flowres of sencies gathered out of sundry wryters by Erasmus in Latine and Englished by Rychard Tauerner.
Huic libello non male conuenient Mimi illi Publiani nuper ab eodem Richardo A wide variety of other texts, from lexica to herbaries to philosophical extracts, also exploited the horticultural metaphor: Ortus.
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