|Other titles||Palmerin de Oliva (Romance). English|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 562:14|
|Contributions||Munday, Anthony, 1553-1633|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 192 p|
|Number of Pages||192|
The famous history of Palmendos, son to the most renowned Palmerin D'Oliva, Emperour of Constantinople, and the heroick Queen of Tharsus: wherein is likewise a most pleasant discourse of Prince Rifarano, the son of Trineus, Emperour of Almain and Aurecinda, sister to the Soldane of Persia: with their knightly deeds and acts of chivalry, their famous adventures, and most worthy resolutions. The honorable, pleasant and rare conceited historie of Palmendos. Sonne to the famous and fortunate Prince Palmerin d'Oliua, Emperour of Constantinople and the queene of Tharsus. Translated out of French by A.M. one of the messengers of her Maiesties chamber. The honorable, pleasant and rare conceited historie of Palmendos: Sonne to the famous and fortunate Prince Palmerin d'Oliua, Emperour of Constantinople and the queene of Tharsus. Translated out of French by A.M. one of the messengers of her Maiesties chamber. In the Epistle to the Reader in the edition of the prose romance The famous History of PALMENDOS SON of the most Renowned Palmerin D’Oliva, Emperour of Constantinople, And the Heroick Queen of Tharsus, the translator, Anthony Munday, or perhaps the printer, describes this work as the “Quintaessence of Romancy.” In the following advertisement for the book, the term .
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