Author:John Barclay

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John Barclay
Scottish writer
John Barclay


  • Satyricon (1603, 1607), in two parts
  • Sylvæ (1606)
  • Apologia (1611), regarded as the third part of the 'Satyricon'
  • Icon Animorum (1614), generally reckoned as the fourth part of the ‘Satyricon’
  • Parænesis ad Sectarios (1617)
  • Argenis (1621)
  • Euphormionis Lusinini, sive Ioannis Barclaii Satyricon, quadripartitum; nunc denuo recognitum, emendatum,&mirificè illustratum, adjecta clavi, sive obscurorum&quasi ænigmaticorum nominum, in hoc opere passim occurrentium, dilucida explicatione (1623) [1]

|Contains the four books of the Satyricon

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