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description of Swedland, Gotland, and Finland

George North

description of Swedland, Gotland, and Finland

the auncient estate of theyr kynges; the moste horrible and incredible tiranny of the second Christiern, kyng of Denmarke, agaynst the Swecians; the poleticke attaynyng to the crowne of Gostaue, wyth hys prudent prouidyng for the same.

by George North

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Published by Imprinted by John Awdely in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sweden -- Description and travel.,
  • Finland -- Description and travel.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCollected and gathered out of sundry laten aucthors, but chieflye out of Sebastian Mounster.
    ContributionsHarvey, Gabriel, 1550?-1631., Münster, Sebastian, 1489-1552.
    The Physical Object
    PaginationCollation of the original: [53] p.
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16062750M

    Gotland is one of Sweden’s best kept secrets. Wander the walled UNESCO World Heritage Site of Visby, classified as one of the best preserved medieval Hanseatic towns. See the mysterious Raukars on Fårö, which is also the former home of Ingmar Bergman, the acclaimed Swedish director and writer. of Book IV and V were published in and (I2). So well, indeed. did this cosmography meet the needs of the time that it remained in use for over one hundred years, or until i65o, and went through 46 editions in 6 languages (13). MUENSTER's purpose in compiling the Cosmography may be variously stated depending upon whether his own reason for.

      4 Rogers may have had in mind the pro-Swedish account culled from Münster, Sebastian, The Description of Swedland, Gotland, and Finland [] the moste horrible and incredible tiranny of the second Christiern, kyng of Denmarke, agaynst the Swecians (London, ) (STC ); Early English Books Online incorrectly dates this description to , but the printer, John Awdely, died in   Lovely history of Gotland. Review of Gotlands Museum. Reviewed J via mobile. All this is contained in an old building with some original features, an excellent book/gift shop and a cafe which sells a variety of refreshments and appears to be patronized by locals (always a good sign) Date of experience: April /5().

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: North, George, 16th cent. Description of Swedland, Gotland and Finland. New York, Scholars' facsimiles & reprints, Original title: The description of Description of Swedland, Gotland and Finland, the auncient estate of theyr Kynges, the moste horrible and incredible tiranny of the second christiern, Kynge of Denmarke, agaynst the Swecians, the poleticke attayning to the crowne of Gostane, wyth hysprudnet providing for the same.

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Collected and gathered Gotland of sundry laten aucthors, but chieflye out of Sebastian. Gotland (/ ˈ ɡ ɒ t l ə n d /; Swedish: [¹ɡɔtːland] (); older spellings include Gottland / ˈ ɡ ɒ t l ə n d / or Gothland / ˈ ɡ ɒ θ l ə n d /; Gutland in the local dialect) is a province, county, municipality, and diocese of is Sweden's largest island.

The province includes the islands of Fårö and Gotska Sandön to the north, as well as the Karlsö Islands (Lilla and Coordinates: 57°30′N 18°33′E / °N °E.

The Gotland Museum (Swedish: Gotlands museum) (previously known as Länsmuseet på Gotland or Gotlands Fornsal) in Visby, Sweden, is the county museum of Gotland. It was Gotland by the Friends of Gotland's Antiquity society inat the initiative of P.

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George North (fl. –) was an English diplomat sent to Sweden inknown also as a man of letters. His unpublished work A Brief Discourse of Rebellion and Rebels has been claimed as an important source for the plays of William Shakespeare. Works.

North, who described himself as "gentleman" in his books, had Sir Christopher Hatton as patron. He published. His chief patron was Sir Christopher Hatton.

His publications were: 1. ‘The Description of Swedland, Gotland, and Finland, the auncient estate of theyr Kynges, the most horrible and incredible tiranny of the second Christiern, kyng of Denmarke, agaynst the Swecians.

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North, George. The Description of Swedland, Gotland, and Finland. With an Introduction by Marshall W. Swan. Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints, New York, Pp. xxx+ Gotland, island, län (county), and coextensive landskap (province), Sweden, in the Baltic Sea. Several wide bays indent the island’s low coastline, which is characterized by limestone columns, while the interior is an undulating plateau of Silurian limestone, some of which lacks good drainage.

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Fårö. This may be strange, but we're starting off a list of things to love about Gotland with praise of another island that is not Gotland. Bear with us, though, because Fårö is just a hop and skip off the Northern shore of Gotland and, on a map, appears at first glance to be just a continuation of Gotland.

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Gotland, Sweden synonyms, Gotland, Sweden pronunciation, Gotland, Sweden translation, English dictionary definition of Gotland, Sweden. A region of southeast Sweden comprising several islands in the Baltic Sea, including Gotland Island.

Exactly ten days ago, I was going to Gotland, the largest island in Sweden. After spending the weekend there, I decided to present you 5 facts about this stunning place that stole my heart. So of course I had to post about it and show you some pictures. area of Gotland is 3, km2. This is [ ].

Gotland (gŏt`lənd), Swed. Gotlands län, county ( pop. 58,), 1, sq mi (3, sq km), SE Sweden, in the Baltic Sea. The county comprises the large island of Gotland and. The island of Gotland, Sweden, is found off the east coast of Sweden, about km south of Stockholm. Gotland is the largest island in the entire Baltic Sea, covering an area of about 3, km² which is surrounded by km of coastline.

The beautiful island offers long beaches and has approximat residents. SWEDEN Sweden is situated in northern Europe, together with Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway, forming the Scandinavian hemisphere and The Nordic countries.

With the exception of Iceland and Norway, all countries are members of the European Union. Sweden has a population of 8,8 milion spread over an area ofsquare kilometres.#28 of 37 Sights & Landmarks in Gotland “ The lighthouse and village are evidently off limits for the general public, so walk down to the shore and head north for a wonderful 3km walk on the sandy beach.Aland Islands.

Aland is the largest island in an archipelago of near 6, others, most just small uninhabited rocks. Though an autonomous, self-governed territory of Finland, the Aland Islands, for historical reasons, are way more Swedish then Finnish.