A prophesie lyen hid, aboue two thousand-yeares Wherein is declared all the principall matters that hath fallen out, in, and about the ciuill, and ecclesiasticall monarchie of Rome, from the rising of Iulius Cæsar, to this present Emperor Rodolphus of Germany: and which are to be done from hence, to the distruction of it, and what shall ensue after that. As the liues and deaths of the emperors. The rising of the ecclesiasticall monarchie. The story of the greatest enemies of them both with many other notable occurences concerning Germany, France, and Spaine. With the inuasion of the emperor of the Turkes. The contents in the next page.
Printed [by E. Allde] for Nathaniel Fosbrooke and are to be sold at his shop at the vpper end of the old Baily, amongst the Sadlers,
Anno Domini 1614.
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