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Dictionarium Angliæ topographicum & historicum.

An alphabetical description of the chief places in England and Wales; with an account of the most memorable events which have distinguish"d them.

by William Lambarde

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Published by Printed for F. Gyles in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- Gazetteers -- Early works to 1800.,
  • Great Britain -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy ... William Lambarde... Now first publish"d from a manuscript under the author"s own hand.
    ContributionsPre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA610 .L21
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p. l., iv, xiv, 498 p.
    Number of Pages498
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23387289M
    LC Control Number02030284

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Be the first. Dictionarium Angliæ topographicum & historicum. An alphabetical description of the chief places in England and Wales; with an account of the most memorable events which have distinguish'd them by Lambarde, William, ; Pre Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) DLC [from old catalog]Pages: Full text of "Dictionarium Angliæ topographicum & historicum.

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Dictionarium Historicum, Geographicum, Poeticum, Paris by Estienne, C and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Dictionarium Angliæ topographicum & historicum. An alphabetical description of the chief places in England and Wales; with an accounnt of the most memorable events which have.

Get this from a library. Dictionarium Angliæ topographicum & historicum: an alphabetical description of the chief places in England and Wales ; With an account of the most memorable events which have distinguish'd them.

By the celebrated antiquary William Lambarde, formerly of Lincoln's-Inn, Esq ; and author of the Perambulation of Kent.

Now first publish'd from a manuscript under the author. Book Reviews guae Anglicae scriptione dialogus () endorse and expand Smith's opinion that the language of "our ancestors the original Anglo-Saxons" was the foundation of English and that these ancestors' example should be followed, because they "wrote more correctly than we do today" (p.

75). Lambarde's focus, though, was directed to the Anglo-Saxon laws, a rich anthology of which he. LAMBARDE, WILLIAM (–), historian of Kent, born in the parish of St. Nicholas Acon, London, on 18 Oct.was the eldest son of John Lambarde, draper, alderman, and sheriff of London, by his first wife, Julian, daughter and ultimately heiress of William Horne of London.

London: Matthew Walbancke, and Dan. Pakeman, 8vo., (6 4/8 x 3 6/8 inches). 2 leaves (B8 & 2E3) supplied in early pen and ink facsimile. 18th-century blind paneled calf, red morocco lettering-piece on the spine (scuffed). Provenance: Early pen-t. Dictionarium Angliae Topographicum & Historicum.

An Alphabetical Description of the Chief Places in England and Wales; () With an Account of the Most Memorable Events which Have Distinguish'd Them by William Lambarde. Thear is a frnall Difference amongeft. Irchester is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Wellingborough in Northamptonshire, two miles (3 km) south-east of the town of Wellingborough and two miles south-west of population at the Census was 4, Little Irchester and Knuston also lie in the parish.

Author of Archaionomia (), a collection of Anglo-Saxon laws and treaties, with laws of Edward the Confessor and William I; Perambulation of Kent: Containing the Description, Hystorie and Customs of that Shyre (); Eirenarcha, or, The Office of the Justices of Peace (); Alphabetical Description of the Chief Places in England and Wales (); Dictionarium Angliae topographicum et.

Book Reviews Homilies: Introduction, Commentary and Glossary (Oxford, ), p. Cynewulf's reference to Christ's great retinue (p. ) has parallels in The Dream of the Rood, ll. 60 and ; The Dream of the Rood, ed. Swanton, 2d ed. (Exeter, ), pp.

­29, points out further parallels in Andreas ll. andwhich may point to a larger quasi-formulaic topos. A quotation. Lambarde's Dictionarium Angliae topographicum & historicum (1st ed.; ). In the dedication to the Perambulation Lambirde explains that he called this work a dictionary and not a history “because it was digested into titles by order of alphabet, and concerned the description of places.”.

Dictionarium Angliae Topographicum & Historicum: an alphabetical description of the chief places in England and Wales, London Leland, J Genethliacon Illustrissimi Eaduerdi Principis Cambriae. Dictionarium Angliae Topographicum & Historicum: an alphabetical description of the chief places in England and Wales, for Fletcher Gyles, London Smith, T (ed) V.

Irchester was spelt Yranceaster in and Irencestre in the Domesday Book. Mills wrote that name was formed from the Old English personal name Ira or *Yra with the suffix ceaster denoting a Roman station, but another theory is that Iren Ceastre was an Anglo-Saxon name meaning "iron fortress".

8 Dictionarium Angliae Topographicum et Historicum (London, I). The years and are the earliest and latest dates of actual composition which are mentioned in the text (pp. 41). 9 In the title page of the Perambulation itself explains that the book was 'Col-lected and written (for the most part) in the yeare.I' [ I7 1.

mann devotes due attention to his Dictionarium Angliae topographicum et historicum, an alphabetical description that he kept adding to for years but never brought to the press. Fortunately, his Perambulation of Kent received a different fate and was published inwith a second print in Significantly, the book opens with.

incomplete Dictionarium Angliae Topographicum et Historicum proceeds alphabetically. It was begun in 1but abandoned when Lambarde learned of Camden's ongoing work on the Britannia. The Dictionarium was finally printed as An Alphabetical Description of the Chief Places in England and Wales in by one Fletcher Gyles.

The project to publish on other counties was eventually abandoned inwhen Lambarde learned of Camden's similar undertaking, but his interim researches were finally published as "Dictionarium Angliae topographicum et historicum" () and his marginal notations survive in the books he consulted now in the British Library, including John.

Author of Archaionomia (), a collection of Anglo-Saxon laws and treaties, with laws of Edward the Confessor and William I; Perambulation of Kent: Containing the Description, Hystorie and Customs of that Shyre (); Eirenarcha, or, The Office of the Justices of Peace (); Alphabetical Description of the Chief Places in England and Wales (); Dictionarium Angliae topographicum .W.

Lambarde, Dictionarium Angliae Topographicum et Historicum: An Alphabetical Description of the Chief Places in England and Wales; with an Account of the Most Memorable Events Which Have Distinguish’d Them (F. Gyles, London, ).