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Regimen sanitatis Salerni: or, The schoole of Salernes regiment of health. Contayning most learned and judicious directions and instructions, for the guide and government of mans life. Dedicated vnto the high and mighty King of England, from that Vniversity, and published (by consent of learned physitians) for a generall good. Reviewed, corrected, and inlarged with a comentary, for the more plaine and easie vnderstanding thereof. Whereunto is annexed, a necessary discourse of all sorts of fish, in vse among vs, with theyr effects, appertayning to the health of man.

General note: Anonymous. By Joannes de Mediolano. An English translation by Philemon Holland, with the original Latin text, of: Regimen sanitatis Salernitatum. Partly in verse. With a translation by Thomas Paynell of the commentary by Arnaldus de Villanova. Signatures: A-2G4. The first leaf is blank except for signature-mark "A" in an ornamental frame. Running title reads: The regiment of health. P. 218 misnumbered 200. Includes index. Slightly stained throughout UK-SuSCL Cited in: STC (2nd ed.), 21604 Format of surrogate: Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1973. 1 microfilm reel; 35mm. (Early English books, 1475-1640: 1334:6). Ownership and custodial history: C17th ink signature on A1r: "For my very loving F Howard" (? - defaced name); MS. ink signature at head of t.p., cut off; From the library of Revd. Sidney Beisly (d. 1876); Beisly bequest, 1896 UK-SuSCL