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'Elizabethan Renaissance' By Peter G Bailey, Peter G Bailey
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Seeking to turn the clock back several centuries, a dedicated group of intellectuals and servicemen set out to restore English royal prerogatives and regain lost colonies and dominions by taking... More > advantage of political unrest in a number of countries. Through intrigue, guile, patronage, flattery and inducements they achieve some of their aims, but emotional problems frustrates others and personal ambitions intrude fatally. The tense action is gripping, unpredictable and exciting. Women readers will love the high emotion involvement as much as the men strive to keep up with plots twist and turns. Definitely a him and her narrative with lots to discuss and fight over: better buy two books or get the spare room ready.< Less
Elizabethan And Jacobean Pamphlets, Edite By George Saintsbury
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Popular Elizabethan Lute Music Vol. 1 By Matthew Weinman
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Popular Elizabethan Lute Music Vol 1. The first in a series of lute tablature books bringing fourth the most popular and well known pieces for the renaissance lute, as well as some not so well known.... More > Many of the pieces are presented with alternate versions. Carefully Transcribed from original sources By Matthew Weinman.< Less
The port and trade of early Elizabethan London: documents By Brian Dietz (editor)
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A calendar of the 1567/8 London Port Book, detailing imports in London, plus related documents.
Elizabethan Militia of South Devon (1569AD) By Jason Sullock
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Villages: ASHPRINGTON. PORTLEMOUTH, THURLESTONE UGBOROUOH, MODBURY, AVETON GIFFORD HARFORD, KINGSTON, HOLBETON, ERMINGTON, RINGMORE AND BIGBURY Over 800 names mentioned, most with their weaponry... More > The Militia of 1569 AD Introduction In the England of 1569, the traditional enemy was France; but if France was hated, thanks to "Bloody Mary", Spain was detested. When a new Spanish ambassador arrived in London, he was refused residence in the Palace of Whitehall, and ignored. As a result of the anti-Spanish feeling in the country the ambassador suggested to Philip of Spain that England could only be dealt with "sword in hand". Elizabeth's government was also reaching the same conclusion about Spain.< Less
Elizabethan Theatre History: An Annotated Bibliography of Scholarship, 1664-1979 By David Stevens
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Formerly published as "English Renaissance Theatre History: A Reference Guide" by G. K. Hall in 1982, this annotated bibliography of scholarship in the field of Elizabethan theatre history... More > has been out of print for almost 30 years. Most academic libraries have a copy in their reference departments, and this classic is now available for the personal libraries of students and scholars in the field. It has never been easier to review the academic literature in such areas as reconstructions of Shakespeare's Globe Playhouse, and other public and private playhouses of Shakespeare's London; the court masques; Inigo Jones; Richard Burbage and other actors of the time; the Lord Mayor's Shows; Puritan opposition to the stage; and other such topics. The terminal date of 1979 reflects the date of original production, but with this tool it is a simple matter for the scholar to update his or her review of the literature. The comprehensive Index is invaluable, and Stevens also provides a preface and introduction.< Less
Victorian King James Version of the New Testament: A “Selection” for Lovers of Elizabethan and Victorian Literature By Dave Armstrong
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Many revisions of the King James (Authorized) Bible of 1611 exist; even revisions of revisions have been done (ASV to NASB / RV to RSV / KJV to NKJV, etc.). The present work is a similar... More > “hybrid”. I don't know Greek, and am therefore not qualified in the slightest to actually translate (and did not translate a single word). But I know English (as a professional author) and know the Bible (as a longtime Christian apologist) very well. This work, accordingly, isn't technically a new translation at all, but rather a “selection” or collection of what I personally felt were the best renderings that maintained the KJV style as much as possible without the archaisms. When I updated the olde English language, I sought to maintain a "high" Victorian 18th-19th century style of (British) English. This NT "selects" from the following six translations (all in the public domain): 1) KJV (1611; rev. 1769), 2) Rheims (1582; rev. 1750), 3) Young's Literal (1887), 4) Weymouth (1903), 5) 20th Century (1904), 6) Moffatt (1922).< Less
Victorian King James Version of the New Testament: A “Selection” for Lovers of Elizabethan and Victorian Literature By Dave Armstrong
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Many revisions of the King James (Authorized) Bible of 1611 exist; even revisions of revisions have been done (ASV to NASB / RV to RSV / KJV to NKJV, etc.). The present work is a similar... More > “hybrid”. I don't know Greek, and am therefore not qualified in the slightest to actually translate (and did not translate a single word). But I know English (as a professional author) and know the Bible (as a longtime Christian apologist) very well. This work, accordingly, isn't technically a new translation at all, but rather a “selection” or collection of what I personally felt were the best renderings that maintained the KJV style as much as possible without the archaisms. When I updated the olde English language, I sought to maintain a "high" Victorian 18th-19th century style of (British) English. This NT "selects" from the following six translations (all in the public domain): 1) KJV (1611; rev. 1769), 2) Rheims (1582; rev. 1750), 3) Young's Literal (1887), 4) Weymouth (1903), 5) 20th Century (1904), 6) Moffatt (1922).< Less
Victorian King James Version of the New Testament: A “Selection” for Lovers of Elizabethan and Victorian Literature By Dave Armstrong
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Many revisions of the King James (Authorized) Bible of 1611 exist; even revisions of revisions have been done (ASV to NASB / RV to RSV / KJV to NKJV, etc.). The present work is a similar... More > “hybrid”. I don't know Greek, and am therefore not qualified in the slightest to actually translate (and did not translate a single word). But I know English (as a professional author) and know the Bible (as a longtime Christian apologist) very well. This work, accordingly, isn't technically a new translation at all, but rather a “selection” or collection of what I personally felt were the best renderings that maintained the KJV style as much as possible without the archaisms. When I updated the olde English language, I sought to maintain a "high" Victorian 18th-19th century style of (British) English. This NT "selects" from the following six translations (all in the public domain): 1) KJV (1611; rev. 1769), 2) Rheims (1582; rev. 1750), 3) Young's Literal (1887), 4) Weymouth (1903), 5) 20th Century (1904), 6) Moffatt (1922).< Less
Richard Barnfield's GREENES FUNERALLS and ORPHEUS HIS DESCENT INTO HELL: A Modernized Edition with Side-by-Side Photographic Reproductions of the Original Elizabethan Texts By Leo Daugherty
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A Modernized Edition with Parallel Photographic Reproductions of the Original Elizabethan Texts