The most pleasant history of Ornatus and Artesia

Publication Date1669
Remaindershewing the tirannical and wicked reign of Theron, King of Phrigia; who having murthered his lawful soveraign, usurped the kingdom, and grievously opprest the people, was afterwards slain by one of his own servants. With the manner of is son Lenons falling in love with the fair Artesia; his several strange and unheard of plots, contrived to attain his desires, and the miseries she endured thereby, till by the prudence, valour, and fortitude of Ornatus, she was set at liberty. Also, how by the assistance of the Kin of Armenid, and the policy of Philastes, Ornatus recovered the kingdom, (to which he was right heir) and afterwards he and Artesia, being royally married together, crowned King and Queen of Phrigia
Extent[4], 122 p.
Publisherprinted by J. W[inter] for Thomas Vere, and William Whitwood




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