Author:John Bourchier

John Bourchier
(1467–1533)

English soldier, statesman and translator

John Bourchier

WorksEdit

TranslationsEdit

  • Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the Adjoining Countries (1523-25), by Jean Froissart, in 2 vols.
  • The golden boke of Marcus Aurelius, emperour and eloquent oratour (1534), by Marcus Aurelius
  • The History of the moost noble and valyaunt knight, Artheur of Lytell Brytaine
  • Huon of Bordeaux (1534)
  • The Castell of Love (1540?), by D. de San Pedro

Works about BourchierEdit

 

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