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Regimen sanitatis Salerni, or, The schoole of Salernes regiment of health... inlarged with a comentary... Whereunto is annexed, a necessary discourse of all sorts of fish, in vse among vs, with theyr effects, appertayning to the health of man.
Small 4to, [8], "200" [218], [13] p., signed blank before title (signature mark A in ornamental frame), marginal tear in B1, light waterstain towards beginning, some spotting at end, contemp. brown morocco, skilfully rebacked with spine laid down, a very nice copy.The 12th-13th century poem of medical advice given in Latin with the verse translation by Philemon Holland (his only essay into verse?) "Hee that takes Garlicke early in the morne / Needs let no drinke by him to be forborne." With translation by Thomas Paynell of the commentary by Arnaldus de Villanova, and an appendix on fish as healthy food.
      [Bookseller: Sevin Seydi Rare Books]
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