Mexía, Pedro

The rarities of the world

Containing, rules and observations touching the beginning of kingdoms and common-vvealths, the division of the ages, and the memorable things that happened in them: why men lived longer in those days than in these present times. Also the opinion of the great emperours, and egyptians, touching the life of man; and the strange things that have befallen kings and princes. With excellent discourses of creatures bred in the sea, to the likenesse of man; and others on earth. Very pleasant and profitable. First written in spanish by Don Petrus Messie, afterward translated into french, and now into english, by J.B. Gent
Hrsg. v. Joshua Baildon
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