APA Citation

Lithgow, W. (1623). A most delectable and true discourse of an admired and painefnll [sic] peregrination from Scotland, to the most famous kingdomes in Europe, Asia and Affrica: With the particular descriptions (more exactly set downe then haue beene heretofore in English) of Italy, Sycilia, Dalmatia, Ilyria, Epire, Peloponensus, Macedonia, Thessalia, and the whole continent of Greece, Creta, Rhodes, the iles Cyclades ... and the chiefest couutries [sic] of Asia Minor. From thence, to Cyprus, Phænicia, Syria ... and the sacred city Ierusalem, &c (Newly imprinted, and exactly inlarged, by the author William Lithgow; with certaine rare relations of his second, and third trauels.). London: Printed by Nicholas Okes, dwelling in Foster-Lane.

Chicago Style Citation

Lithgow, William. A Most Delectable and True Discourse of an Admired and Painefnll [sic] Peregrination From Scotland, to the Most Famous Kingdomes in Europe, Asia and Affrica: With the Particular Descriptions (more Exactly Set Downe Then Haue Beene Heretofore in English) of Italy, Sycilia, Dalmatia, Ilyria, Epire, Peloponensus, Macedonia, Thessalia, and the Whole Continent of Greece, Creta, Rhodes, the Iles Cyclades ... and the Chiefest Couutries [sic] of Asia Minor. From Thence, to Cyprus, Phænicia, Syria ... and the Sacred City Ierusalem, &c. Newly imprinted, and exactly inlarged, by the author William Lithgow; with certaine rare relations of his second, and third trauels. London: Printed by Nicholas Okes, dwelling in Foster-Lane, 1623.

MLA Citation

Lithgow, William. A Most Delectable and True Discourse of an Admired and Painefnll [sic] Peregrination From Scotland, to the Most Famous Kingdomes in Europe, Asia and Affrica: With the Particular Descriptions (more Exactly Set Downe Then Haue Beene Heretofore in English) of Italy, Sycilia, Dalmatia, Ilyria, Epire, Peloponensus, Macedonia, Thessalia, and the Whole Continent of Greece, Creta, Rhodes, the Iles Cyclades ... and the Chiefest Couutries [sic] of Asia Minor. From Thence, to Cyprus, Phænicia, Syria ... and the Sacred City Ierusalem, &c. Newly imprinted, and exactly inlarged, by the author William Lithgow; with certaine rare relations of his second, and third trauels. London: Printed by Nicholas Okes, dwelling in Foster-Lane, 1623.

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