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The most excellent, profitable and pleasant, booke of the famous doctor and expert astrologian, Arcandam, or Alcandrin: to finde the fatall destiny, constellation, complection, and naturall inclination of euery man and child, by his birth: with an addition of phisiognomie, very pleasant to reade. Now newly turned out of French into our vulgar tongue, by William Warde

Roussat, Richard ; Hall, R. ; et al.
At London [Ann Arbor, Mich]: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston [UMI], 1630
Online Monograph, Electronic Resource - ill

Title:
The most excellent, profitable and pleasant, booke of the famous doctor and expert astrologian, Arcandam, or Alcandrin: to finde the fatall destiny, constellation, complection, and naturall inclination of euery man and child, by his birth: with an addition of phisiognomie, very pleasant to reade. Now newly turned out of French into our vulgar tongue, by William Warde
Uniform title: Arcandam de veritatibus et praedictionibus astrologiae [engl.]
Author / Contributor: Roussat, Richard ; Hall, R. ; Ward, William
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Publication: At London [Ann Arbor, Mich]: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston [UMI], 1630
Media Type: Monograph
Carrier Type: Electronic Resource
Pagination: ill
Subject heading:
  • Astrology, Early works to 1800
  • Physiognomy, Early works to 1800
Additional details:
  • Online-Ressource [Kann nicht per Fernleihe bestellt werden!]
  • A translation of a French version of: De veritatibus et praedictionibus astrologiae. - Arcandam = Richard Roussat. - Imperfect; lacking leaf A1 or A2. - Reproduction of the original in the British Library. - STC (2nd ed.), 728. - Signatures: [A]-L M4. - The section on physiognomy is sometimes attributed to R. Hall
  • hbz Verbund-ID: TT050164441

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