Sources beginning with the letter P

Painter, William. The Palace of Pleasure (collection of tales, 1566-7).

Palaephatus. On Unbelievable Tales.

Paris, Matthew. Monarchi Albanensis Angli, Historia Maior (pr. 1571).

Parsons, Robert [?]. The Copy of a Letter … Concerning … Some Talk About Some Proceedings of the Earl of Leicester and his Friends (1584).

Pasqualigo, Luigi. Il Fedele (Italian play, 1576).

Pasquier, Étienne. Les Recherches de la France (pr. 1560-5).

Patient Grisel, The Ancient, True and Admirable History of (chapbook, pr. 1619, but perh. repr. of lost earlier text).

Patient Grisel, A Most Pleasant Ballad of (pr. 1593; earliest extant edtn., 1631).

Peake, Richard. Three to One: Being an English-Spanish Combat Performed by a Western Gentleman of Tavistock (pamphlet, 1626).

Peele, George. The Battle of Alcazar (perf. 1589).

Peele, George. The Merrie Conceited Jests of George Peele (1607).

Perondinus, Petrus. Magni Tamerlanis Scytharum Imperatoris Vita (1553).

Persius. Saturae.

Petronius. Satyricon.

Petrus de Abano. Heptameron, sev Elementa Magica (pr. c.1565).

Philip the Second, A Brief and True Declaration of the Sickness, Last Words, and Death of the King of Spain. Trans. anon (1599).

Piccolomini, Alessandro. L’Alessandro (Italian play, 1550).

Plato. Phaedo.

Plautus. Amphitryon.

Plautus. Aulularia.

Plautus. Captivi.

Plautus. Casina.

Plautus. Curculio.

Plautus. Menaechmi.

Plautus. Miles Gloriosus.

Plautus. Mostellaria.

Plautus. Rudens.

Pliny the Elder. Naturalis Historia.

Plutarch. The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans. Trans. Thomas North (1595).

Polemon, John. The Second Part of the Book of Battles Fought in Our Age (1587).

Powel, David. The History of Cambria (1584).

Proclamation ... Against the Slanders Laid on the Evangelical and Reformed Religion, A (1618).

Proclamation ... of Gelderland and County of Zutphen, A (1618).

Procopius. History of the Wars.

Proctor, Thomas. A Gorgeous Gallery of Gallant Inventions (anthology, 1578)

Prodromus, Theodorus. Rhodanthes et Dosiclis Amorum.

Puteanus, Erycius. Eryci Puteani Comus, sive Phagesiposia Cimmeria Somnium (1606).

Pyot, Laurence, trans. The Orator (1596).