Romanae Historiae Anthologia Recognita et Aucta. An English exposition of the Roman antiquities; wherein many Roman and English Offices are parallel’d, and divers obscure phrases explain’d. Newly revised and enlarged by the Author. pp vi, 270, 20 (index), London, Peter Parker 1674 [Bound with] Moses & Aaron: Civil and Ecclesiastical Rites used by the ancient Hebrews; observed and at large opened, for the clearing of many obscure texts thorowout the whole Scripture. Twelfth Edition, London, Richard Hodgkinson, pp.vi, 266, 12…[and] Archaeologiae Atticae Libri Septem. Seven books of the Attic Antiquities containing the description of the cities glory, government… by Francis Rous; with an addition of their customs in marriages, burials, feastings, divisions, etc…by Zachary Bogan, Seventh Edition, 1670, Oxford, Henry Hall. ppxii, 375, 9.
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Godwyn, first fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford, was headmaster of Abingdon College. He wrote these works on ancient antiquities, amongst the first written in English, for his scholars. The three books bound together were originally published separately