johnnae at mac.com
Mon Dec 12 15:24:13 PST 2011
Maison Rustique is fine for a source. The English translation was
worked on by Gervase Markham. Estienne’s Latin work Praedium
Rusticum, was translated into French to become the very popular
L’Agriculture et Maison Rustique in 1564, which was published by the
Christophe Plantin or Christoffel Plantijn Press in Antwerp in 1565.
Maison rustique, or, The countrey farme
Author: Charles Estienne; Jean Liébault; Gervase Markham; Adam Islip;
John Bill; All authors
Publisher: London : Printed by Adam Islip for John Bill, 1616.
Edition/Format: Book : English : Now newly reuiewed, corr. and
augmented, with diuers large additions out of the works of Serres his
Agriculture, Vinet his Maison champestre, French, Albyterio in
Spanish, Grilli in Italian, and other authors, and the husbandrie of
France, Italie, and Spaine reconciled and made to agree with ours here
in EnglandView all editions and formats
On Dec 12, 2011, at 6:17 PM, Kathleen Roberts wrote:
> check out this site... Maison Rustique in particular. it is a
> book on how to run a farm/estate in late period. there is a whole
> section on, well... boozy items the housewife should know about.
> i am more than open to being told the site is inaccurate, but i
> thought it quite interesting on first perusal.
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