See also:English historian, was a native of
See also:Northamptonshire, and was educated at Lincoln
See also:Oxford . He became a
See also:fellow of his college, and at some date subsequent to 1571
See also:left Oxford to become
See also:master of a school at
See also:Sandwich, Kent, where he died in 161o . In 1603 Knolles published his Generall Historie of the Turkes, of which several
See also:editions subsequently appeared, among them a
See also:good one edited by
See also:Sir Paul Rycaut (1700), who brought the
See also:history down to 1699 . It was dedicated to
See also:James I., and Knolles availed himself largely of
See also:Jean Jacques
See also:Boissard's Vitae et hones Sultanorum Turcicorum (
See also:Frankfort, 1596) . Although now entirely superseded, it has considerable merits as regards
See also:style and arrangement . Knolles published a
See also:translation of J .
See also:Bodin's De Republica in 1606, but the Grammatica
See also:Latina, Graeca et Hebraica, attributed to him by Anthony
See also:Wood and others, is the
See also:work of the Rev . Hanserd
See also:Knollys (c . 1599-1691), a Baptist
See also:minister . See the
See also:August 6, 1881 .
KNOLLES (or KNOLLES), SIR ROBERT (c. 1325-1407)
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