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|Statement||by George Whetstones, Gent.|
|Contributions||Severus Alexander, Emperor of Rome, 208-235.|
|LC Classifications||HT265 W52 1584a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 36 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||36|
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A mirour for magestrates of cyties: Representing the ordinaunces, policies, and diligence, of the noble emperour, Alexander (surnamed) Seuerus, to suppresse and chastise the notorious vices noorished in Rome, by the superfluous nomber of dicing-houses, tauarns, and common stewes: suffred and cheerished, by his beastlye predecessour, Helyogabalus, vvith sundrie graue orations: by the said.
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A Mirour for Magestrates of Cyties. Representing the Ordinaunces, Policies, and Diligence of the Noble Emperour, Alexander (surnamed) Severus to suppresse and chastise the notorious Vices noorished in Rome by the superfluous nomber of Dicing-houses, Tavarns, and common Stewes: suffred and cheerished by his beastlye Predecessour, Helyogabalus ().
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