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God, of which and divine love S. Dionysius,  with many fathers and neoterics, have written just volumes, De amore
I have mingled sacra prophanis, but I hope not profaned, and in repetition of authors 'names, ranked them per accidens, not according to chronology; sometimes neoterics before ancients, as my memory suggested.
Guianerius, Savanarola, Heurnius; and Galen himself writes promiscuously of them both by reason of their affinity: but most of our neoterics do handle them apart, whom I will follow in this treatise.
As it beareth the name of Epic, it is thereby subjected to such severe indispensable rules as are laid on all neoterics -- a strict imitation of the ancients; insomuch that any deviation, accompanied with whatever poetic beauties, hath always been censured by the sound critic.