3 edition of The breuiarie of health found in the catalog.
The breuiarie of health
|Other titles||Breviary of helthe, Breviarie of health., Second booke of the breuiary of health., Second booke of the breviary of health.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1195:17.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||123, ; 27,  leaves|
|Number of Pages||123|
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Book The breuiarie of health vvherin doth folow, remedies, for all maner of sicknesses & diseases, the which may be in man or woman. Expressing the obscure termes of Greke, Araby, Latin, Barbary, and English, concerning phisick and chirurgerie. Compyled by Andrew Boord, Doctor of. Author of The fyrst boke of the introduction of knowledge made by Andrew Borde, of physycke doctor, The breuiarie of health, Here foloweth a compẽdyous regyment or a dyetary of helth, made in Moũtpylior, The breviary of helthe, The First Book Of The Introduction Of Knowledge: A Compendious Regiment Or A Dietary Of Health Made In Mountpyllier, The Fyrst Boke of the.
Get this from a library. The breuiarie of health: vvherin doth folow, remedies, for all maner of sicknesses & diseases the which may be in man or woman. Expressing the obscure termes of Greeke, Araby, Latin, Barbary, and English, concerning phisick and chirurgerie.
Compiled by Andrew Boord, Doctor of phisicke: an English-man. [Andrew Boorde]. The breuiarie of health: vvherin doth folow, remedies, for all maner of sicknesses and diseases, the which may be in man or woman.
Expressing the obscure termes of Greke, Araby, Latin, Barbary, and English, concerning phisicke and chirurgerie. Compy Boorde, Andrew. [ Book: ]. Get this from a library. The breuiarie of health: vvherin doth folow, remedies, for all maner of sicknesses and diseases, the which may be in man or woman.
Expressing the obscure termes of Greke, Araby, Latin, Barbary, and English, concerning phisicke and chirurgerie. Compyled by Andrewe Boorde, doctor of phisicke: an English man.
[Andrew Boorde]. Running title: The breuiarie of health. "The second booke of the breuiary of health" has separate dated title page, foliation and register. Tail-pieces; initials. Signatures: A-Q⁸; ²A-C⁸ D⁴. NLM copy: cropped, affecting side-notes. Provenance: NLM copy provenance: inscribed on t.p.: "Phillip Smith his Booke [1?]".
NLM ID: R[Book]. Author(s): Boorde,Andrew,?; East,Thomas,??, Title(s): The breuiarie of health: vvherin doth folow, remedies, for all maner of sicknesses & diseases, the which may be in man or woman ; expressing the obscure termes of Greke, Araby, Latin, Barbary, and English, concerning phisick and chirurgerie/ compyled by Andrew Boord, Doctor of phisicke: an English-man.
Whatever the cause, alongside the hearts found within Christian religious and iconographical discourses (sacred, immaculate, and within seventeenth-century Puritan devotion), I think the strongly cardiacal orientation of early modern witchcraft helps contextualise the central role of hearts – or, more often, heart symbols – within apotropaic or counter magic, a fascinating topic explored.
Early Modern Medicine. A blog about bodies and medicine c – Humors happen to be gathered together, resembling the softer sort of Wax, by the Ancients call’d Cerumina’. 2 This book didn’t expand upon the origins or purpose of earwax, The Breuiarie of Health ().
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Huntington Library and Art Gallery. A briefe and most easie introduction to the astrologicall iudgement of. A section of culinary recipes at the end appears to have been written by ‘Mo.
Wigges’, Sarah Wigges’ daughter. Several recipes in the collection are attributed to other sources, including Andrew Boorde’s Breuiarie of health, raising the interesting question of recipe circulation.
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Expressing the obscure termes of Greke, Araby, Latin, Barbary, and English, concerning phisick and chirurgerie. Compyled by Andrew Boord, Doctor of. G.L. Apperson, English Proverbs and Proverbial Phrases () finds another version of the relevant expression in Andrew Boorde, The Breuiarie of Health Wherin Doth Folow, Remedies, for All Maner of Sicknesses & Diseases, the Which May Be in Man or Woman (): Who.
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In the which are the best approued remedies for the diseases as well inwarde as outwarde, of all the partes of mans bodie: treating very amplye of all dystillations of waters, of oyles, balmes, quintessences, with the extraction of artificiall saltes, the vse and.
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