Rams little Dodeon [sic] A briefe epitome of the new herbal, or histoy of plants…
Rams little Dodeon [sic] A briefe epitome of the new herbal, or history of plants. Wherein is contayned the disposition and true declaration of the phisike helpes of all sortes of herbes and plants, vnder their names and operations, not onely of those which are here in this our Countrey of England growing but of all others also of other realmes, countreyes and nations vsed in phisike: Collected out of the most exquisite newe herball, or history of plants, first set forth in the Dutch or Almayne tongue, by ... D. Reinbert Dodeon, ... and lately translated into English by Henry Lyte, ... and now collected and abbridged by William Ram, Gent. Pandit oliua suos Ramos.
Imprinted at London : By Simon Stafford, dwelling in the Cloth Fayre, at the signe of the three Crownes, 1606.
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