Bentivolio and Urania, in [six] books

TitleBentivolio and Urania, in [six] books
Year for Search1660
AuthorsI[ngelo],, N[athaniel] D.D.
Tertiary AuthorsI., N. D.D.
Volume / Edition2 vols.
Date Published1660-64
PublisherPtd. by J.C. for Richard Harriot
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Allegory. Book six describes a Christian eutopia called Theoprepia (The Divine State) stressing good will to others, self-knowledge, and the other Christian virtues. The eutopia appears at various points throughout the book, which is largely an allegorical life of Christ.

Additional Publishers

2nd ed. under the author’s name, with six in the title, and with the added subtitle Wherein all the Obscure words throughout the Book are interpreted in the Margins, which makes this much more delightful to read than the former edition. London: Ptd. for T. Dring, J. Starkey, and T. Baffet, 1669. Second title page Bentivolio and Urania, The Second Part, In Two Books. 2nd ed. London: Ptd. for T. Dring, J. Starkey, and T. Baffet, 1669. Books I-IV and V-VI are separately paged.

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

By N. I. D. D. The author (1621?-83) was a clergyman.

Full Text

1660-64 I[ngelo], N[athaniel], D. D. (1621?-83). Bentivolio and Urania, in [six] books. By N. I. D. D. 2 vols. London: Ptd. by J. C. for Richard Harriot. 2nd ed. under the author’s name, with six in the title, and with the added subtitle Wherein all the Obscure words throughout the Book are interpreted in the Margins, which makes this much more delightful to read than the former edition. London: Ptd. for T. Dring, J. Starkey, and T. Baffet, 1669. Second title page Bentivolio and Urania, The Second Part, In Two Books. 2nd ed. London: Ptd. for T. Dring, J. Starkey, and T. Baffet, 1669. Books I-IV and V-VI are separately paged. L, LLL

Allegory. Book six describes a Christian eutopia called Theoprepia (The Divine State) stressing good will to others, self-knowledge, and the other Christian virtues. The eutopia appears at various points throughout the book, which is largely an allegorical life of Christ. The author was a clergyman.