An anatomie of the metamorpho-sed Aiax Wherein by a tripartite method is plainly, openly, and demonstratiuely, declared, explaned, and eliquidated, by pen, plot, & precept, how vnsauerie places may be made sweet, noysome places made wholesome, filthy places made cleanly. Published for the common benefite of builders, house-keepers, and house-owners. By T.C. traueller, aprentice in poetrie, practiser in musicke, professor of painting, the mother, daughter, and handmayd of all Muses artes and sciences.

Title

An anatomie of the metamorpho-sed Aiax Wherein by a tripartite method is plainly, openly, and demonstratiuely, declared, explaned, and eliquidated, by pen, plot, & precept, how vnsauerie places may be made sweet, noysome places made wholesome, filthy places made cleanly. Published for the common benefite of builders, house-keepers, and house-owners. By T.C. traueller, aprentice in poetrie, practiser in musicke, professor of painting, the mother, daughter, and handmayd of all Muses artes and sciences.

Author

Harington, John, Sir, 1560-1612.

Harington, John, Sir, 1561-1612. New discourse of a stale subject, called the metamorphosis of Ajax.

Combe, Thomas, fl. 1593-1614.

Date

1596

Place of Publication

London

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Languages

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Editorial Practice

T.C. = Thomas Combe, Harington's personal servant and the illustrator of the work, whose name appears in full in the original MS., "but perhaps really by Harington himself, whose name appears in a rebus and verse on the last leaf"--Halkett & Laing (3rd ed.). For further discussion of authorship see: A.E.M. Kirwood, The Library, 4th ser., 12 (1931), p. 222; and E.S. Donno, ed. The metamorpho-sed Ajax, 1962. Signatures: L. Apparently published as a sequel to one of the editions of "A new discourse of a stale subject, called the metamorphosis of Ajax", which end with quire K. Variant: title has "poetre, priactiser". Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A02644
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A02644
  • DLPS: A02644
  • STC: STC 12772
  • STC: ESTC S103849
  • EEBO-CITATION: 99839594
  • PROQUEST: 99839594
  • VID: 4029