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0000 0003 8568 1353
Name: 
Anthony Woodville, 2:e earl Rivers
Anthony Woodville, 2. Earl Rivers (englischer Adliger)
Anthony Woodville, 2. jarl Rivers
Anthony Woodville (2e comte Rivers) (noble anglais)
Anthony Woodville, 2nd Earl Rivers (English nobleman, courtier, and writer)
Anthony Woodville (Brits vertaler (1442-1483))
Antonio Woodville
Rivers, ..
Rivers, Anthony Woodville
Rivers, Anthony Woodville (Earl)
Rivers (Earl)
Rivers (Mr)
Ryvers, Antoin Widevylle (earl,)
Scales, Anthony Woodville (Baron)
Widevylle, earl Ryvers Antoin,
Woodville, Anthony
Woodville, Anthony, (earl Rivers,)
Woodville Rivers, Anthony,
Wydevile, earl Rivers Anthony,
Wydeville, A.
Wydeville, Anthony
Wydville, Anthony
Ентоні Вудвіл
Энтони Вудвилл, 2-й граф Риверс
أنتوني وودفيل، إيرل ريفيرز الثاني
Dates: 
1442-1483
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Language material
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author
Related names: 
Caxton, William (ca. 1422-1491.)
Gerardus, de Vliederhoven, -1402
Guillaume, de Tignonville (d. 1414.)
Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)
Mubashshir ibn Fātik, Abū al-Wafāʼ (11th cent)
Mulders, J.A. (1914-)
Mulders, Johannes Antonius
Mulders, Johannes Antonius (1914-)
Tignonville, Guillaume de
Titles: 
All ingratitude utterly setting apart we owe to call to our minds the manifold gifts of grace ...
Christine de Pisan. Morale prouerbes of Cristyne, 1478:
Cordiale quattuor novissimorum.
Cordyal by Anthony Woodville, earl Rivers, The
dictes and sayings of the philosophers, The : a facsimile reproduction of the first book printed in England by William Caxton, in 1477.
First parte of the four last thinges ...
Memorare nouissima et ineternum non peccabis ...
Mukhtār al-ḥikam wa-maḥāsin al-kalim.
[S]Edechias was the first Philosophir by Whom thorugh the Wil and pleaser of oure lorde god Sapience was vnderstande and lawes rescyued ...
This present tretys is deuided in four principal parties ...
Thus endeth thys book of the dictes and notable Wyse sayenges of the phylosophers
[W]Here it is so that euery humayn Creature by the suffrance of our lord god is born & ordeigned to be subgette and thral vnto the stormes of fortune ...
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