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The most noble, auncient, and learned playe, called the Phiosophers [sic] game

The most noble, auncient, and learned playe, called the Phiosophers [sic] game

inuented for the honest rereation [sic] of students, and other sober persons, in passing the tediousnes of tyme, to the release of their labours, and the exercise of their wittes. Set forth with such playne precepts, rules and tables, that all men with ease may vnderstand it, and most men with pleasure practise it. by Rafe Leuer and augmented by W.F.

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Published by By [Rovland Hall for] Iames Rowbothum, and are to be sold at his shop vnder Bow church in chepesyde in Printed at London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Games -- Early works to 1800.

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    Other titlesMost noble, auncient, and learned playe, called the Philosophers game.
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 806:6.
    ContributionsFulwood, William.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[96] p.
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18468599M

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Set forth with such playne precepts, rules and tables, that all men with ease may vnderstand it, and most. 51 Ralph Lever, The Most Noble, auncient, and learned playe, Called the Philosophers game (London, ), sig.

aviir. 52 [Wilson], sig. E2r–v. Wilson’s “the Philosophers game” is not a sobriquet for chess but by this point the name for rhythomachy. The Worldly Philosopher should be required reading for all economists and is also a book I would highly recommend to all non economists as well.

I last read it about 30 years ago and although I have learned a lot in the interim, and economics has advanced some as well, it has actually aged reasonably well/5(). PALMER, Thomas, The Royal Game of the Ombre, London, printed for Thomas Palmer, at the Crown in Westminster-Hall, SALTER, Thomas, A contention betwene three bretheren the whoremonger, the dronkarde, and the dice-player, to approve which of them three is the worste, Londres, SAUL, Arthur, The famous game of chesse-play, Lond.

For. Rafe Lever and William Fulke. The Most Noble Ancient, and Learned Playe, Called the Philosophers Game. London: Iames Rowbothum. Francesco Barozzi. Il nobilissimo et antiquissimo Givocco Pythagorea nominato Rythmomachia cioe Battaglia de Consonantie de Numeri. Venice: Gratioso Perchacino.

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Answers is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want. The play, in short (or at least that part of it which we have any concern with), is founded on the ballad of Robin Hood and the Pinder of Wakefield (see part ii.

song 3), which it directly quotes, and is, in fact, a most despicable performance King Edward (the Fourth) having taken King James of Scotland prisoner, after a most bloody battle. The sense development may have been influenced by association with classical Latin lūdus play, game, recreation, amusement, amorous play, fun, frivolity, entertainment, show, (in plural, lūdī) public games, gladiatorial school, in post-classical Latin also hunting (late 2nd or early 3rd cent.

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Patrick in Ireland, which happened about A.D. It is obvious, therefore, that these genealogies must have existed. Or John Skelton () "The auncient acquaintance, madam, betwen vs twayn": 41 Play fayre play, madame, and loke ye play clene, 42 Or ells with gret shame your game wylbe sene.

Or Anon,"Robin Hood and the Shepherd" (apparently in modernized spelling): 55 'Arise, arise, thou proud fellow, 56 And thou shalt have fair play. most moderate nature. Every year I have cost you an enormous - nay, elephantine - sum of money for drugs and physician's fees, and the most expensive time of the twelve months was March.

But this year the biting Oriental blasts, the howling tempests, and the general ailments of the human race have been successfully braved by yours truly.Types of Folk Play Most English folk plays belong to one of three interrelated types. The vast majority are Hero-Combat plays such as the St.

George play described above. Next most frequent are the Plough plays, so called because most of them are performed around Plough Monday (the first Monday after Twelfth Night).Anthony Ashley Cooper, third Earl of Shaftesbury, was no fan of Shakespeare.

Surveying the development of English drama from the vantage of the early s, he lamented Shakespeare’s “natural Rudeness, his unpolish’d Stile, his antiquated Phrase and Wit, his want of Method and Coherence, and his Deficiency in almost all the Graces and Ornaments of this kind of Writing”.