Author:Joshua Barnes

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Joshua Barnes

English classical scholar and antiquary

Joshua Barnes


  • Sacred Poems in Five Books (c. 1669)
  • Life of Oliver Cromwell the Tyrant (c. 1670)
  • Gerania, or the discovery of a little sort of people anciently discoursed of, called Pygmies (1675) (external scan)
  • Αὐλικοκάτοπτρον, sive Estheræ Historia, Poetica Paraphrasi, idque Græco carmine, cui versio Latina opponitur, exornata (1679)
  • The apotheosis of the most serene and illustrious monarch, Charles the II with an humble address to His Most Sacred Majesty, King James II: and a poem to the Queen dowager (1685)
  • A pindarick congratulatory poem to the Right Honourable George, Lord Jeffreys, Baron of Wem and Lord High Chancellor of England, to the High and Mighty Monarch King James the II &c. (1685)
  • The history of that most victorius monarch, Edward IIId, King of England and France, and Lord of Ireland, and first founder of the most noble Order of the Garter being a full and exact account of the life and death of the said king : together with that of his most renowned son, Edward, Prince of Wales and of Aquitain, sirnamed the Black-Prince: faithfully and carefully collected from the best and most antient authors, domestick and foreign, printed books, manuscripts and records (1688)
  • An elegy on the death of the Reverend Doctor John Goad late master of Merchant-taylors-school, London, who departed this life the 28th. of October, 1689 (1689)
  • Euripidis tragoediae viginti, cum variis lectionibus (1694), by Euripides
  • Anacreon Teius, poeta lyricus, summa cura & diligentia, ad fidem etiam vet. ms. Vatican. emendatus, etc. (1705), by Anacreon
  • Homērou Ilias kai Odysseia kai eis autas scholia, ē exēgēsis, tōn palaiōn, etc. (1710), by Homer
  • Spital Sermon, to which is added an Apology for the Orphans in Christ's Hospitall, written in 1679 (1703)
  • The Good Old Way, or three brief Discourses tending to the Promotion of Religion, and the Glory, Peace, and Happiness of the Queen and her Kingdoms in Church and State: 1, The Happy Island; 2, A Sure Way to Victory; 3, The Case of the Church of England truly represented and fully vindicated (1703)

Works about Barnes[edit]

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