Browsing by Author "Cocles, Bartolommeo della Rocca, 1467-1504. Chyromantie ac physionomie anastasis."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The contemplation of mankinde contayning a singuler discourse after the art of phisiognomie, on all the members and partes of man, as from the heade to the foote, in a more ample maner than hytherto hath beene published of any. In the place next after the chapter of the forehead, hath the phisiognomer added a proper treatise of the signification of sundrie lines seene in most mens foreheads: which in sundrie disputations with a skilfull Iew, he at the last obtayned. ... In the ende is a little treatise added of the signification of moles ... written by a worthie Grecian named Melampus. All which, englished by Thomas Hyll.Date of publication:
1571Author(s):Description:A greatly enlarged version of Hill's 1556 translation of "Chyromantie ac physionomie anastasis" by Bartolommeo della Rocca Cocles, in which these woodcuts first appeared. The work by Malampus is "Peri elaiōn sōmatos". ...This item contains 4 files (8.38 MB).Publicly Available