A treatise of the Sibyls, so highly celebrated, as well by the Ancient Heathens, as the Holy Fathers of the Church; giving an accompt of the names, and number of the Sibyls; of their qualities, the form, and matter of their verses; as also of the books now extant believed to be Sibylline, and the errours crept into Christian religion, by occasion thereof; particularly concerning the middle state of souls. . . . Englished by J.[ohn D.[avies].
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