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Sidrac, active 13th century.
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    E-RESOURCE 1550?

The boke of demaundes : of the scyence of phylosophye, and astronomye, betwene kynge Boctus, and the phylosopher Sydracke.

   
[[London] : Imprinted by me Robert Wyer, dwellynge in the Duke of Suffolkes rentes, besyde charynge Crosse,        32 unnumbered pages 1550?
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    E-RESOURCE 1550?

Here be certayne questyons of kynge Bocthus of the maners, tokyns, and condycions of man, with the answeres made to the same by the phylosopher Sydrac.

   
[[London] : Imprinted by me Robert Wyer, dwellynge at the sygne of S. Ioh[a]n Euangelysts in S. Martyns Parysshe besyde Charyngs Crosse,        24 unnumbered pages 1550?
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    E-RESOURCE 1537?

[The history of kyng Boccus, [and] Sydracke].

   
[London] : [Thomas Godfray?],        [2+] leaves 1537?
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    E-RESOURCE 1537?

[The history of kyng Boccus, & Sydracke].

   
[London] : [T. Godfray?],        [2]+ 1537?
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    E-RESOURCE 1537?

The history of kyng Boccus, [and] Sydracke : how he confoundyd his lerned men, and in ye syght of them dronke stronge venym in the name of the Trinite [and] dyd hym no hurt. Also his diuynyte that he lerned of the boke of Noe. Also his profycyes that

   
[Prynted at London :] : [By Thomas Godfray. At the coste and charge of dan Robert Saltwode mo[n]ke of saynt Austens at Cantorbury,        340 unnumbered pages 1537?
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    E-RESOURCE 1537?

[The history of kyng Boccus, [and] Sydracke] : [how he confoundyd his lerned men, and in ye syght of them dronke stronge venym in the name of the Trinite [and] dyd hym no hurt. Also his diuynyte that he lerned of the boke of Noe. Also his profycyes t

    Sidrac, active 13th century.
[Prynted at London :] : [By Thomas Godfray. At the coste and charge of dan Robert Saltwode mo[n]ke of saynt Austens at Cantorbury,        [1+] 1537?
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