APA Citation

Rinaldi, O. i. s., & Greene, R. (1590). The Royal Exchange: Contayning sundry aphorismes of phylosophie, and golden principles of morrall and naturall quadruplicities. Vnder pleasant and effectuall sentences, dyscouering such strange definitions, deuisions, and distinctions of vertue and vice, as may please the grauest cittizens, or youngest courtiers. Fyrst written in Italian, and dedicated to the Signorie of Venice, nowe translated into English, and offered to the cittie of London. Rob. Greene, in Artibus Magister. At London: Printed by I. Charlewood for William VVright.

Chicago Style Citation

Rinaldi, Oraziofin id s105920/upd., and Robert Greene. The Royal Exchange: Contayning Sundry Aphorismes of Phylosophie, and Golden Principles of Morrall and Naturall Quadruplicities. Vnder Pleasant and Effectuall Sentences, Dyscouering Such Strange Definitions, Deuisions, and Distinctions of Vertue and Vice, As May Please the Grauest Cittizens, or Youngest Courtiers. Fyrst Written in Italian, and Dedicated to the Signorie of Venice, Nowe Translated Into English, and Offered to the Cittie of London. Rob. Greene, in Artibus Magister. At London: Printed by I. Charlewood for William VVright, 1590.

MLA Citation

Rinaldi, Oraziofin id s105920/upd., and Robert Greene. The Royal Exchange: Contayning Sundry Aphorismes of Phylosophie, and Golden Principles of Morrall and Naturall Quadruplicities. Vnder Pleasant and Effectuall Sentences, Dyscouering Such Strange Definitions, Deuisions, and Distinctions of Vertue and Vice, As May Please the Grauest Cittizens, or Youngest Courtiers. Fyrst Written in Italian, and Dedicated to the Signorie of Venice, Nowe Translated Into English, and Offered to the Cittie of London. Rob. Greene, in Artibus Magister. At London: Printed by I. Charlewood for William VVright, 1590.

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