Antiquity Reviv'd or the Government of a Certain island Antiently Called Astreada, In Reference to Religion, Policy, War, and Peace. Some hundreds of Years Before the Coming of Christ

TitleAntiquity Reviv'd or the Government of a Certain island Antiently Called Astreada, In Reference to Religion, Policy, War, and Peace. Some hundreds of Years Before the Coming of Christ
Year for Search1693
Authors[Lee], [Francis](1661-1719)
Date Published1693
PublisherNp
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Largely political philosophy and an essay on religion. Defense of absolute monarchy. Force those who disobey to be identified as such together with all their relatives.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Restoration and Augustan British Utopias. Ed. Gregory Claeys (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2000), 137-85.

Info Notes

For the attribution to Lee, see Mark Goldie, “Obligations, Utopias, and Their Historical Context.” Historical Journal 26.3 (September 1983): 741-43.

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Author Note

The author (1661-1719) was a physician.

Full Text

1693 [Lee, Francis] (1661-1719). Antiquity Reviv’d or the Government of a Certain island Antiently Called Astreada, In Reference to Religion, Policy, War, and Peace. Some hundreds of Years Before the Coming of Christ. London: Np. Rpt. in Restoration and Augustan British Utopias. Ed. Gregory Claeys (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2000), 137-85. For the attribution to Lee, see Mark Goldie, “Obligations, Utopias, and Their Historical Context.” Historical Journal 26.3 (September 1983): 741-43. L

Largely political philosophy and an essay on religion. Defense of absolute monarchy. Force those who disobey to be identified as such together with all their relatives.The author was a physician.