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A right exelent and pleasaunt dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English souldier

A right exelent and pleasaunt dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English souldier

contayning his supplication to Mars: bevvtified with sundry worthy histories, rare inuentions, and politike deuises. wrytten by B. Rich: gen. 1574.

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Published by J. Day] These bookes are to be sold [by H. Disle] at the corner shop, at the South west doore of Paules church in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soldiers -- Fiction -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreFiction, Early works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1332:8.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[192] p.
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18468980M

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Rich: Gen. ()/5(4). ‘A right exelent and pleasaunt Dialogue betwene Mercury and an English Souldier, contayning his Supplication to Mars,’ 8vo,b.l., dedicated to Ambrose Dudley, earl of Warwick, master of the ordnance.

It opens with some curious dialogue in verse between the author and his book (Bodleian and British Museum). Archery, or the use of bow and arrows, was developed by the end of the Upper y has been an important military and hunting skill for o years and figures prominently in the mythologies of many cultures.

Archers, whether on foot, in chariots or on mounted archery were a major part of most militaries until gradually being replaced by firearms. A right exelent and pleasaunt dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English souldier by Barnabe Rich 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.

Some are even still written in the form of a classic dialog, such as Baranbe Rich's *A right exelent and pleasaunt dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English souldier" which involves an English soldier having a lengthy discussion about warfare and other topics with the aforementioned Roman god.

A Right Exelent and Pleasaunt Dialogue, Betwene Mercury and an English Souldier Contayning His Supplication to Mars: Bevvtified with Sundry Worthy Histories, Rare Inuentions, and Politike Deuises.

Wrytten by B. Rich: Gen. () by. Barnaby Rich, A Right Exelent and pleasaunt Dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English Souldier: Contayning his Supplication to Mars: Bewtified with sundry worthy Histories, rare inventions and politike devises (London, ); Google ScholarAuthor: Willy Maley.

A right exelent and pleasaunt dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English souldier: contayning his supplication to Mars: bevvtified with sundry worthy histories, rare inuentions, and politike deuises.

wrytten by B. Rich: gen. Rich, Barnabe. [ Book: ]. Historical/Classical. Glossary of Historical persons and Classical figures. A Right Exelent and pleasaunt Dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English Souldier the goddess of the dawn.

Her attempts to seduce Cephalus are related in Book VII of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Bacchus: In Greek mythology, Dionysus. The god of wine and revelry, he. Rich’s A Right Exelent and pleasaunt Dialogue,betwene Mercury and an English Souldier, identifies the writer of the treatise as a soldier who describes his dialogue with Mercury.

In the text itself, the status of the writer is more ambiguous. ^ a b A right exelent and pleasaunt dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English souldier contayning his supplication to Mars: bevvtified with sundry worthy histories, rare inuentions, and politike deuises.

wrytten by B. Rich: gen. Published by J. Day. 9 Barnabe Riche, A Right Exelent and Pleasaunt Dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English Souldier Contayning his Supplication to Mars (London, ) STCAiiv.

10 See Kishlansky, The Rise of the New Model Army(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ) and ‘Ideology and Politics in the Parliamentary Armies, –9’, in Reactions to.

Barnaby Rich, A Right Exelent and pleasaunt Dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English Souldier: Contayning his Supplication to Mars: Bewtified with sundry worthy Histories, rare inventions and politike devises (London, ).

Standard ID ation: author ation: full title USTC EEBO Digitale Sammlungen Perseus Other A brief discourse Richard Lloyd A brief discourse of the most renowned actes and right valiant conquests of those puisant princes, called the nine worthies wherein is declared their severall proportions and dispositions, and what armes everie one gave, as also in what time ech of them.

The great Elizabethan explorers paved the way for the English colonisation of North America in the 17th century. left or right is not recorded. He was an experienced soldier and would have considerable experience of the outcome of military injuries.

A right exelent and pleasaunt dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English souldier Author: Victor Asensi, Antonio Perciaccante, Donatella Lippi, Philippe Charlier, Philippe Charlier, Otto App. The Dialogue is a composite treatise, a synthesis of divergent discourses divided into four books.

The first book (ff. r−v) deals with events from "the latter ende of harvest untill March next ensuinge," and focuses upon King's county, or Offaly, part of the Leix−Offaly plantation. 1 2 A right exelent and pleasaunt dialogue, betwene Mercury and an English souldier contayning his supplication to Mars: bevvtified with sundry worthy histories, rare inuentions, and politike deuises.

wrytten by B. Rich: gen. Published by J. Day.The English longbow was a powerful medieval type of longbow (a tall bow for archery) about 6 ft ( m) long used by the English and Welsh for hunting and as a weapon in medieval warfare.

English use of longbows was effective against the French during the Hundred Years' War, particularly at the start of the war in the battles of Sluys (), Crécy (), and Poitiers (), and perhaps.This is an excellent book, but for the aspects treated in Customer Review.