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Context of The key of history, or, A most methodicall abridgement of the foure chiefe monarches [sic], Babylon, Persia, Greece and Rome : being a generall and compendious chronicle from the Flood, digested into three bookes : whereunto is added a marginall cronologie of euery Romane emperours raigne, end [sic] of all the most memorable persons and accidents : together with briefe illustrations vpon the more obscure names, places, and office ...
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