Novae solymae. Libri Sex

TitleNovae solymae. Libri Sex
Year for Search1648
Authors[Gott], [Samuel](1613-71)
Secondary AuthorsBegley, Rev. Walter
Date Published1648
PublisherTypis Johannis Legati
Place PublishedLondini
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Detailed eutopia with emphases on the family and education for developing good citizens. Jews have been converted. Annual elections. Class distinctions are very strong.

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Repub. as Novae Solymae Libri Sex; Sivi Institutio Christiani. 1. De Pueritia. 2. De Creatione Mundi. 3. De Juventute. 4. De Peccato. 5. De Virile Aetate. 6. De Redemptione Hominis. Cujus Opus, Studio Cur Tantum Quaeries Inani? Qui Legatis, Et Frueris, Feceris Esse Tuum. London: Typis Johannis Legati, 1649. Trans. as Nova Solyma. The Ideal City, or Jerusalem Regained. An Anonymous Romance Written in the Time of Charles I. Now First Dawn from Obscurity, and Attributed to the Illustrious John Milton. 2nd ed. Ed. and trans. Rev. Walter Begley. 2 vols. London: John Murray, 1902. U. S. ed. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1902. Begley includes extensive notes defending his attribution.

Title Note

Repub. as Novae Solymae Libri Sex; Sivi Institutio Christiani. 1. De Pueritia. 2. De Creatione Mundi. 3. De Juventute. 4. De Peccato. 5. De Virile Aetate. 6. De Redemptione Hominis. Cujus Opus, Studio Cur Tantum Quaeries Inani? Qui Legatis, Et Frueris, Feceris Esse Tuum.

Nova Solyma. The Ideal City, or Jerusalem Regained. An Anonymous Romance Written in the Time of Charles I. Now First Dawn from Obscurity, and Attributed to the Illustrious John Milton

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Author Note

(1613-71)

Full Text

1648 [Gott, Samuel] (1613-71). Novae solymae. Libri Sex. Londini: Typis Johannis Legati. Repub. as Novae Solymae Libri Sex; Sivi Institutio Christiani. 1. De Pueritia. 2. De Creatione Mundi. 3. De Juventute. 4. De Peccato. 5. De Virile Aetate. 6. De Redemptione Hominis. Cujus Opus, Studio Cur Tantum Quaeries Inani? Qui Legatis, Et Frueris, Feceris Esse Tuum. London: Typis Johannis Legati, 1649. Trans. as Nova Solyma. The Ideal City, or Jerusalem Regained. An Anonymous Romance Written in the Time of Charles I. Now First Dawn from Obscurity, and Attributed to the Illustrious John Milton. 2nd ed. Ed. and trans. Rev. Walter Begley. 2 vols. London: John Murray, 1902. U. S. ed. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1902. Begley includes extensive notes defending his attribution. L, LLL, PSt

Detailed eutopia with emphases on the family and education for developing good citizens. Jews have been converted. Annual elections. Class distinctions are very strong.