Translation:The Three Princes of Serendip

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The Peregrination of Three Young Sons of the King of Serendip  (1557) 
by Cristoforo Armeno, translated from Italian by Mark van Roode, Translatihan and  Wikisource
English translation from the original Italian

THE PEREGRINATION
OF THREE YOUNG SONS
OF THE KING OF
SERENDIP,

THROUGH THE EFFORTS OF M. CHRISTOFORO
Armeno, translated from the Persian
into the Italian language.

Peregrinaggio di tre giovani figliuoli del re di Serendippo - fleuron - title page.png

The sounder is my page,
the sounder is my prophecy.

Sybilla

With the privilege of printing for ten years by the Supreme Pontifex and the Illustrious Senate of Venice.

CONTENT

Imprimatur

Dedication

Foreword

THE PEREGRINATION OF THREE YOUNG SONS OF THE KING OF SERENDIP

Prologue

Novella 1—Monday

Novella 2—Tuesday

Novella 3—Wednesday

Novella 4—Thursday

Novella 5—Friday

Novella 6—Saturday

Novella 7—Sunday

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Original:

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Translation:

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