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K. Henry. 7. The historye and tyrannye of the Turkes.

¶ A description of countreys and cities in Europa, which were before christened, and now are subdued and subiect to the Turke. 

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This description of Turkish conquests in Europe comes from Pius II,Cosmographia (Paris, 1509), fos. 87v-151r.

Europa.

Countreys.Cities.

Thracia.
Samothracia.
(Act 16.

Constantinopolis, or
Bizantium.
Pera.
Adrianopolis
Traianopolis.
Caliopis.
Sestus.
Apollonia.

Græcia. Act. 20.
Macedonia. Rom. 15.

Theßalonica. Act. 17.
Philippi. Act. 16.
Demetrias.
Neapolis. Act 16.
Amphipolis. Act. 17.
>Apollonia mygdoniæ.
(Act. 17.
Berrhæa. Act. 17.
Thessalia.

Epirus.
Chaonia.
Thesprotia.
Amphilochia.
Ambrachia.
MarginaliaArgot is a Citie in Amphilochia, and an other also in Peloponesus.
Ambracia.
Actium.
Torona.
Azelia.
Acarnanon.
Argos.
Astacus.
Omphalium.

Achaia. Rom. 15.
Attica.
Bœotia.
Phocis.

Athenæ. Act. 17.
Megaris.
Thebæ.
Delphos.
Ætholia.
Egris.
Chalidon.
Locris.
Naupactus.
MarginaliaOf Corinthus Strabo writeth that more thē a thousande virgins, there in the temple of Venus, vsed yearely to be set out to be made cōmon: and therfore not without cause S. Paule wryteth: Eratis Scortatores, Idololatræ. &c. 1. Cor. 6.
Peloponesus.
Corinthia.
Argia.
Laconia.
Messenia.
Elis.
Sicyona.
Arcadia.

Corinthus. Act. 18.
Mesena.
Tegea.
Argos.
Lacedemon, or Sparta.
(2. Mach 5
Epidaurus.
Helice.
Lerna.
Leuctrum.
Methone.
Mycenæ.
Megalipolis.
Nemea.
Nauplea.
Olympia.
Sicyon. Mach 15.
Ægira.

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MarginaliaThe Ilandes about Grecia.¶ Ilandes borderyng about Grecia, 

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wonne lykewise by the Turke, from the Christians.

MarginaliaVid. supra. pag. 881.
Euboea, or
Nigropontus.

Chalcis.
Caristus.
Cerinthus.
Gerestus.
MarginaliaIn Creta Saint Paule ordained Titus to be byshop and ouerseer.Creta. Act. 17.
Pulchri portus. Act. 27.
Lasæa. Act. 27.
Phœnice. Act. 27.
Salmone. Act. 27.
Clauda. Act. 27.

Countreys.Cities.

Cyclades,
Insulæ 53.

Salamis.
Delus. 1. Mach. 15.
Cephalenia.

Zacynthus, or
Zanthus.
Vide supra, pag. 191.
Lemnos.
Ithaca.
Samos. Act. 20.

Corcyra.
Corcica.
Vide supra, pag. 191. MarginaliaCorcica, is an Ilande beyond Italie, which the Turkes nauie, ioyning with the French, dyd ouercome an. 1553.

¶ After the Turke had subdued Thracia and Græcia, procedyng further into Europe, he inuaded other regions and cities, whiche also he added to his dition, 

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This list is Foxe updating the list of Turkish conquests from Pius II's Cosmographia with material drawn from his account of Ottoman history.

as

MarginaliaThe region of Mysia is diuided into two partes: wherof the one is Asia, and is diuided into Mysia maior, and Mysia minor. The other is Europa, and is diuided into Mysia, or Mœsia superior, & Mysia inferior.Mysia Superior.
Rhætiaria.
Neßus.
Vlpianum.
Scupi.
Sigindunum, or Siget.
Mysia Inferior.
Triballorum Oescus.
Tirista.
Axium, or Chilia.
Dalmatia. 2. Tim. 4.Labacus, Metropolis.
MarginaliaEpidaurus is a Citie in Illyria, and also an other in Peloponesus.
These regions were in the former tyme called by the name of Illyria, or Ilyricum. And afterward by reasō of certaine Scythiās cmomyng thether, they were also called Sclauonia.

Carinthia.
Coruatia.
Croatia.
Istria.

Epidaurus, or Ragusium.
Milea, or Meleda.
Senia, or Segna.
Enona, or Hona.
Iadra, or Zara.
Sebenica.
Stridon, where Saint Hierome
was borne.
MarginaliaStephanus, king of Bosna, & afterward of Rascia and Mysia, was by subtill trayne allured to come and speake with Mahumete the Turke: who being come, was takē & his skinne flayne of.Bosna.
Quinquecclesiæ.
Iaitza, Metropolis.
MarginaliaAll this tracte of Bulgaria, Walachia, Transyluania, Seruia, Rascia, & Moldauia, was wont to bee called Dacia, but afterward was seuered into diuers landes and dominions.Bulgaria.
Bulgaria was wōne of
Baiazetes the Turke
frō the crown of Hū-
gary, through the vn-
prosperous warre of
Sigismundus, at the
fielde of Nicopolis.
an. 1395. This Si-
gismund, was þe bur-
ner of Iohn Hus, and
the persecutour of his
doctrine.
Walachia.
Tergouistus, or Teruis.
Huniad: where Io-
hannes Huniades
was borne. MarginaliaOf Iohannes Huniades, read before pag. 877. 853.

Transyluania, or
Septem castra.

Hermenstat.
Cronestat.
Saltzburg.
Alba Iulia, or
Weissenburg.
Gyula.
Seruia.
Samandria.
Columbetz. MarginaliaAt Columbetz Sigismūde lost the fielde fighting agaynst the Turkes. Vide supra, pag 852.
Rascia.
Walpo. Vid. sup. pag. 893.
Nouigradum.
Varna. MarginaliaIn Varna, a citie in Rascia, Ladislaus kyng of Hungary, foughte with the Turke, and was ouercome, an. 1444. Vide supra, pag. 878.
Moldauia.

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