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APA Citation

Johnson, Richard.  (1660).  The famous history of the seven champions of Christendom. The second part. Likewise shewing the princely prowesse, noble, atchievements, and strange fortunes of Saint George's three sons, the lively sparks of nobility: the combats and turnaments of many valiant knights, the loves of many gallant ladies, the tragedies of mighty potentates. Also the manner and places of the honourable deaths of the seven champions, being so many tragedies: and how they came to be called the seven saints of Christendome.  London :  printed by G. Dawson and are to be sold by Andrew Crook at the Green Dragon in Pauls Church-yard

MLA Citation

Johnson, Richard.  The famous history of the seven champions of Christendom. The second part. Likewise shewing the princely prowesse, noble, atchievements, and strange fortunes of Saint George's three sons, the lively sparks of nobility: the combats and turnaments of many valiant knights, the loves of many gallant ladies, the tragedies of mighty potentates. Also the manner and places of the honourable deaths of the seven champions, being so many tragedies: and how they came to be called the seven saints of Christendome [electronic resource]  printed by G. Dawson and are to be sold by Andrew Crook at the Green Dragon in Pauls Church-yard London  1660

Australian/Harvard Citation

Johnson, Richard.  1660,  The famous history of the seven champions of Christendom. The second part. Likewise shewing the princely prowesse, noble, atchievements, and strange fortunes of Saint George's three sons, the lively sparks of nobility: the combats and turnaments of many valiant knights, the loves of many gallant ladies, the tragedies of mighty potentates. Also the manner and places of the honourable deaths of the seven champions, being so many tragedies: and how they came to be called the seven saints of Christendome [electronic resource]  printed by G. Dawson and are to be sold by Andrew Crook at the Green Dragon in Pauls Church-yard London

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