The secrete of secretes [electronic resource] : containing the most excellent and learned instructions of Aristotle the prince of philosophers: vvhich he sent to the Emperour, King Alexander: very necessarye and profitable for all maner of estates and degrees. VVith some instructions in the ende of this booke, touching the iudgement of phisognomie.

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English
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Imprinted at London : By VV. VVilliamson for Anthony Kitson, dwelling in Paules Churchyard at the signe of the sunne, 1572.
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[1], 42 leaves

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eebo-0055
Notes
  • A translation of: Secretum secretorum, sometimes attributed to Aristotle.
  • Includes table.
  • K4v has caption title: Here followe certayne reasons of the great philosopher Sydrac to the King Bocus, which I haue translated out of the Pycardes speach, thinking it necessary in this sayde treatise.
  • Identified as STC 770a on reel 719.
  • Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
References
STC (2nd ed.) 770.3.
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