Author:Alexander Ross

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Alexander Ross
(1591–1654)
Scottish writer and translator
Alexander Ross

Works[edit]

  • Rerum Judaicarum Memorabilium libri tres (1617-19)
  • The First and Second Book of Questions and Answers upon the Book of Genesis, by Alexander Ross of Aberdeen, preacher at St. Mary's, near Southampton, and one of his Majesty's Chaplains (1622)
  • Tonsor ad cutem rasam (1627)
  • Three Decades of Divine Meditations, whereof each one containeth three parts, (1) History, (2) an Allegory, (3) a Prayer. With a commendation of the private Country Life (1630)
  • Rerum Judaicarum Memorabilium libri quatuor (1632)
  • Commentum de Terrsa Motu Circulari (1634)
  • Virgilius Evangelizans ' (Christ's history in Virgil's words) (1634)
  • Poemata (1637), in Johnston's 'Deliciae Poetarum Scotorum'
  • Mel Heliconium, or Poetical Honey gathered out of the Weeds of Parnassus; with Meditations in Verse (1642)
  • The Philosophical Touchstone, or Observations upon Sir Kenelm Digby's Discourses (1645)
  • Medicus Medicatus (1645)
  • A Centurie of Divine Meditations upon Predestination and its Adjuncts (1646)
  • The Picture of the Conscience drawn to the Life (1646)
  • Colloquia Plautina Viginti (1646)
  • The New Planet no Planet (1646-7)
  • Gnomologicon Poeticum (1647)
  • Mystagogus Poeticus, or the Muses' Interpreter (1647)
  • Isagoge Grammatica (1648)
  • Morellus's Enchiridion duplex. Hoc ab A. Rossseo . . . concinnatum,' &c. (1650)
  • The Marrow of History, or an Epitome of Sir Walter Raleigh, (1650)
  • Arcana Microcosmi, or the hid Secrets of Man's Body; with a Refutation of Dr. Browne's Vulgar Errors (1651)
  • The History of the World, the second part, in six books, being a continuation of Sir Walter Raleigh's 'History of the World' (1652)
  • Leviathan drawn out with a Hook (1653)
  • Animadversions on Sir Walter Raleigh's "History," (1653)
  • Pansebeia, or a View of all Religions in the World . . . together with a Discovery of all known Heresies (1653)
  • Huish's Florilegium Phrasicon, or a Survey of the Latin Tongue (1659)
  • Virgilius Triumphans (1661)

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.