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The most pleasant historie of Ornatus and Artesia
1619 by Imprinted by Bernard Alsop, and are to be solde at his house by Saint Aunes Church neere Aldersgate in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Historie of Ornatus and Artesia.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 594:4.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
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Who with his sonne Lenon, (intending Ornatus death,) right heire to the crowne, was afterwardes slaine by his owne seruants, and Ornatus after many extreame miseries, crowned King.
— Ornatus and Artesia. Author: Ford, Emanuel. The most pleasant history of Ornatus and Artesia: shewing, the tyrannical and wicked reign of Thoon King of Phrygia, who having slain his lawful soveraign, usurped the kingdom, and grievously opprested the people, was afterwards murthered by one of his own servants: with the manner of his son Lenon's falling in love with the beautiful Artesia, his several strange and unheard of plots Get this from a library.
The most pleasant history of Ornatus and Artesia: shewing the tyrannical and wicked reign of Thæon, King of Phrigia, VVho having murthered his lawful soveraign, usurped the kingdom, and grievously opprest the people, was afterwards slain by one of his own servants.
With the manner of his son Lenons falling in love with the fair Artesia ; his several strange and Another of Ford's romances is entitled 'The most pleasant history of Ornatus and Artesia, wherein is contained the unjust reign of Thaeon, king of Phrygia.' The Douce collection in the Bodleian Library has a copy dateddedicated to Bryan Stapleton, esq., of Carleton, ://,_Emanuel_(DNB00).
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The Most Pleasant History of Ornatus and Artesia, by Emanuel Ford, critical edition (Ottawa and New York: Dovehouse, ), hardback and paperback. Reviews: Helen Moore, “From the Greek”, The Times Literary Supplement, 8 July- Sandra Clark, University of Toronto Quarterly (), Guest editor: Thomas Creede was a printer of the Elizabethan and Jacobean eras, rated as "one of the best of his time." Based in London, he conducted his business under the sign of the Catherine Wheel in Thames Street from tounder the sign of the Eagle and Child in the Old Exchange from to Creede is best known for printing editions of works in English Renaissance drama for ten Twine, Laurence , The Patterne of painefull Aduentures: Containing the most excellent, pleasant and variable Historie of the strange accidents that befell vnto Prince Apollonius, the Lady Lucina his wife, and Tharsia his daughter.
Wherein the vncertaintie of this , The Most Pleasant Historie of Ornatus and Artesia (?) Forde Parismenos, The Famous Historie of Montelyon (?) Johnson, The Most Pleasant History of Tom a Lincolne Deloney Thomas of, Reading (?) Robarts, Haigh for Devonshire Breton, The Strange Fortunes of Two Excellent Princes Breton Grimellos, Fortunes EMANUEL FÖRDE: ORNATUS AND ARTESIA Ornatus and Artesia has been available to the reading public since Henderson included it in his Everyman edition of Shorter Novels: Seventeenth Century.
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Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, pp. 8 b & w illus. US$25 (£). ISBN 0‐‐‐5 (pb). F ord, E manuel, The Most Pleasant History of Ornatus and Artesia: A Prose Romance, ed. Goran :// Full text of "The rise of the novel of manners; a study of English prose fiction between and See other Narcissus is a genus of predominantly spring flowering perennial plants of the amaryllis family, s common names including daffodil, narcissus and jonquil are used to describe all or some members of the genus.
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