The Thomlinson Library

Thesaurus astrologiæ: or, An astrological treasury

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Class number
133.5
Book Author

John Gadbury

Subtitle
containing the choicest mysteries of that curious, but abstruse learning, relating to physick. Being the collections and experiments of a learned physitian and astrologer deceased, whose name is not known. But for its singular benefit to all the sons of physick and astrology is commended to the world
Place of publication
London
Date of publication
1574
Length
[16], 272, [8] p., [2] leaves of plates
Size / Height
18cm.
Series Title
Thomlinson Library
Number within series
5365