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The Resource Janua linguarum, or an easie and compendious method and course for the attaining all tongues, especially the Latine : Wherein are Latine sentences one thousand foure hundred, containing all the more usuall words of the Latine tongue, simple and compound: scarce any word being iterated, except for the supplying the sense sometimes. With the English translation of them, and an alphabeticall dictionary, containing not the primitive words only, but also each particle in the sentence. To which is added the supplement of Tim: Poole, together with an index of the English before the Latine. The ninth edition more complete then the former, by the care and study of Th: Horne, (electronic resource)

Janua linguarum, or an easie and compendious method and course for the attaining all tongues, especially the Latine : Wherein are Latine sentences one thousand foure hundred, containing all the more usuall words of the Latine tongue, simple and compound: scarce any word being iterated, except for the supplying the sense sometimes. With the English translation of them, and an alphabeticall dictionary, containing not the primitive words only, but also each particle in the sentence. To which is added the supplement of Tim: Poole, together with an index of the English before the Latine. The ninth edition more complete then the former, by the care and study of Th: Horne, (electronic resource)

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Janua linguarum, or an easie and compendious method and course for the attaining all tongues, especially the Latine : Wherein are Latine sentences one thousand foure hundred, containing all the more usuall words of the Latine tongue, simple and compound: scarce any word being iterated, except for the supplying the sense sometimes. With the English translation of them, and an alphabeticall dictionary, containing not the primitive words only, but also each particle in the sentence. To which is added the supplement of Tim: Poole, together with an index of the English before the Latine. The ninth edition more complete then the former, by the care and study of Th: Horne
Title
Janua linguarum, or an easie and compendious method and course for the attaining all tongues, especially the Latine
Title remainder
Wherein are Latine sentences one thousand foure hundred, containing all the more usuall words of the Latine tongue, simple and compound: scarce any word being iterated, except for the supplying the sense sometimes. With the English translation of them, and an alphabeticall dictionary, containing not the primitive words only, but also each particle in the sentence. To which is added the supplement of Tim: Poole, together with an index of the English before the Latine. The ninth edition more complete then the former, by the care and study of Th: Horne
Title variation
  • Janua linguarum, sive methodus & ratio compendiaria & facilis ad omnes linguas, ad Latinam verò maximè aperiens
  • Easie and compendious method and course for the attaining all tongues, especially the Latine
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • lat
  • lat
Member of
Citation location within source
  • H2812A
  • C5517B
Citation source
  • Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
  • Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
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1564-1614
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Bathe, William
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1610-1654
  • 1592-1670
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Poole, Timothy
  • Horne, Thomas
  • Welde, William
  • Comenius, Johann Amos
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Language and languages
  • Latin language
  • Proverbs, Latin
  • Latin language
  • English language
Target audience
general
Label
Janua linguarum, or an easie and compendious method and course for the attaining all tongues, especially the Latine : Wherein are Latine sentences one thousand foure hundred, containing all the more usuall words of the Latine tongue, simple and compound: scarce any word being iterated, except for the supplying the sense sometimes. With the English translation of them, and an alphabeticall dictionary, containing not the primitive words only, but also each particle in the sentence. To which is added the supplement of Tim: Poole, together with an index of the English before the Latine. The ninth edition more complete then the former, by the care and study of Th: Horne, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • A collection of proverbs in Latin, originally compiled by William Bathe with Spanish translations. The English translation is by William Welde
  • With facing title page (A1v) in Latin "Janua linguarum, sive methodus & ratio compendiaria & facilis ad omnes linguas, ad Latinam verò maximè viam aperiens. ... Editio nona, ... Londini, in ædibus Jacobi Young, ann. 1645"
  • English title page is a cancel
  • Earlier eds. of this work are found under William Bathe in STC (2nd ed.); it matches the entries for both C5517B (Johan Amos Comenius), and H2812A (Thomas Horne) in WIng 2nd ed. and Wing CD-ROM, 1996, which contain no entries for William Bathe
  • Parallel Latin and English texts on facing pages
  • Signatures: A B-2B 2C4
  • Includes index
  • Reproductions of originals in the Folger Shakespeare Library (reel 2405:3) and British Library (reel 2651:15)
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99899639e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[7], 171, [228] p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
99899639e
Label
Janua linguarum, or an easie and compendious method and course for the attaining all tongues, especially the Latine : Wherein are Latine sentences one thousand foure hundred, containing all the more usuall words of the Latine tongue, simple and compound: scarce any word being iterated, except for the supplying the sense sometimes. With the English translation of them, and an alphabeticall dictionary, containing not the primitive words only, but also each particle in the sentence. To which is added the supplement of Tim: Poole, together with an index of the English before the Latine. The ninth edition more complete then the former, by the care and study of Th: Horne, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • A collection of proverbs in Latin, originally compiled by William Bathe with Spanish translations. The English translation is by William Welde
  • With facing title page (A1v) in Latin "Janua linguarum, sive methodus & ratio compendiaria & facilis ad omnes linguas, ad Latinam verò maximè viam aperiens. ... Editio nona, ... Londini, in ædibus Jacobi Young, ann. 1645"
  • English title page is a cancel
  • Earlier eds. of this work are found under William Bathe in STC (2nd ed.); it matches the entries for both C5517B (Johan Amos Comenius), and H2812A (Thomas Horne) in WIng 2nd ed. and Wing CD-ROM, 1996, which contain no entries for William Bathe
  • Parallel Latin and English texts on facing pages
  • Signatures: A B-2B 2C4
  • Includes index
  • Reproductions of originals in the Folger Shakespeare Library (reel 2405:3) and British Library (reel 2651:15)
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99899639e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[7], 171, [228] p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
99899639e

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