The contemplation of mankinde, contayning a singuler discourse after the art of phisiognomie, on all…
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. 1571.
[Imprinted at London : by [Henry Denham for] William Seres, dwelling at the west ende of Paules Church, at the signe of the Hedgehogge. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum, anno. 1571]
Cocles, Bartolommeo della Rocca, 'Chyromantie ac physionomie anastasis'; with added treatise 'Peri elaiōn sōmatos' by Melampus
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