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A briefe and most easie introduction to the astrologicall iudgement of the starres. Whereby the diligent reader with easie laboure may giue a certen, true, and determinate iudgement to any question demanded, vpon the naturall causes thereof. Written by the most famous phisition Claudius Dariot: and translated by F.W. gent. And lately renued, and in some places augmented and amended by G.C. Gentl. Whereunto is annexed a most necessarie table for the finding out of the planetarie and vnequall houre, vnder the latitude of 52 gr. 30 mi. exactly calculated by the sayde F.W. Also hereunto is added a briefe treatise of mathematicall phisicke, entreating very exactly and compendiously of the natures and qualities of all diseases incident to humane bodies by the naturall influences of the coelestiall motions. Neuer before handled in this our natiue language. Written by the sayd G.C. practicioner in phisicke

A briefe and most easie introduction to the astrologicall iudgement of the starres. Whereby the diligent reader with easie laboure may giue a certen, true, and determinate iudgement to any question demanded, vpon the naturall causes thereof. Written by the most famous phisition Claudius Dariot: and translated by F.W. gent. And lately renued, and in some places augmented and amended by G.C. Gentl. Whereunto is annexed a most necessarie table for the finding out of the planetarie and vnequall houre, vnder the latitude of 52 gr. 30 mi. exactly calculated by the sayde F.W. Also hereunto is added a briefe treatise of mathematicall phisicke, entreating very exactly and compendiously of the natures and qualities of all diseases incident to humane bodies by the naturall influences of the coelestiall motions. Neuer before handled in this our natiue language. Written by the sayd G.C. practicioner in phisicke

Dariot, Claude, 1533-1594; Withers, Fabian, tr

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Published London: Printed by Thomas Purfoot, 1598
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Note: F.W. = Fabian Withers.
Note: A translation of: Ad astrorum judicia facilis introductio.
Note: Signatures: A-V⁴; [A]² B-I⁴ K².
Note: First series F3r and G1v are volvelles.
Note: "A treatise of mathematicall phisicke, or briefe introduction to phisicke, by iudiciall astronomy" has separate dated title page and register.
Physical Description: [232] p., folding table : ill. ; 4⁰.
Subject: Medicine Early works to 1800.; Astrology Early works to 1800.
Uniform Title: Ad astrorum judicia facilis introductio. English
Alternative Title: Treatise of mathematicall phisicke, or briefe introduction to phisicke, by iudiciall astronomy; Treatise of mathematicall phisicke, or briefe introduction to phisicke, by judiciall astronomy; Briefe and most easie introduction to the astrologicall judgement of the starres
Cited: STC (2nd ed.), 6276
Reproduction: Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1952. 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm (Early English books, 1475-1640; 494:02).
Place Name: Great Britain England London.