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Norton, Thomas (1532 - 1584)
Record Identifier
cnp01318066
Headings
Norton, Thomas [BNF] [GyFmDB] [ESTC(AACR2)] [GyGoGBV]
Norton, Thomas [BNF]
Biographical Dates
-10.03.1584
1532?-1584
Gender
Male
General Notes
Engl. lawyer, politician, writer of verse [Wikipedia]
Avocat. Calviniste. Traducteur des Psaumes et auteur, avec Thomas Sackville, d' une oeuvre dramatique. Note de regroupement par domaine: Littératures (800).
Engl. Dramatiker. SWD.
Activity
12.2p [sswd]
Dramatiker [gnd]
Jurist [gnd]
Politiker [gnd]
Übersetzer [gnd]
Language: English; Translator of: Latin
Responsabilité intellectuelle ou artistique: Auteur
Geographical Notes
Nationality: British
Coded Information
GB ISO 3166-1
NO ISO 3166-1
Place of Activity
London
[Geburtsort]
Sharpenho, Bedfordshire
[Sterbeort]
Last Change: 2016-10-17
Sources
Imprint Sources
  • Gordobuc, or Ferrex and Porrex, a tragedy / by Thomas Norton and Thomas Sackville, A. D. 1501, edited by L. Toulmin Smith, 1883
  • Norton, Thomas: A Bull graunted by the Pope to Doctor Harding and other. - [1570]
  • Norton, Thomas: A disclosing of the great Bull. - 1570
  • Norton, Thomas: A warning agaynst the practises of papistes. - [1569]
  • Norton, Thomas: All such treatises as have been lately published. - [1569]
  • Norton, Thomas: An addition declaratorie to the Bulles. - [1570]
  • Norton, Thomas: Orations of Arsanes agaynst Philip the trecherous kyng of Macedone .... - 1970
  • Norton, Thomas: Orations, of Arsanes agaynst Philip, of the embassadors of Venice. - [1560]
  • Norton, Thomas: The tragedie of Gorboduc. - [1570]
  • Norton, Thomas: To the Quenes Maiesties poore deceyved subiectes of the north countrey. - 1569
  • S100236: Orations, of Arsanes against Philip the trecherous kyng of Macedone: of the embassadors of Venice against the prince that vnder crafty league with Scanderbeg, layed snares for Christendome: and of Scanderbeg prayeng ayde of Christian princes agaynst periurous murderyng Mahumet and agaynst the old false Christian Duke Mahumetes confederate, 1573? [Halkett: Arsanes = Thomas Norton]
  • The Institution of Christian Religion, written in Latine / by maister John Calvine, and translated in the Englishe accordyng to the authors last edition, by T. N. (Norton), 1562
Variant Names
Variant Names
Arsanes
Nortone, Thomas
Nortonus, Thomas
Fictional Names
Arianes
Pseudonym
Arsanes
Pseudonym
Arsanes
Pseudonyme
N., T.
Pseudonyme
T. N.
Pseudonyme
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