|Title:||A pronostycacyon [sic] of Erra Pater, Doctor in Astronomye, and phesyke profytable for to kepe the body in helth, [and] Ptholome sayth the same.|
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A pronostycacyon [sic] of Erra Pater, Doctor in Astronomye, and phesyke profytable for to kepe the body in helth, [and] Ptholome sayth the same.
[[London]: Imprynted by me (Robert Wyer) for Richarde Bankes, [ca. 1545]]
|Alternate titles:||Book of knowledge Prognostication.|
Erra Pater is a pseudonym.
With title-page woodcuts.
Imprint from colophon; publication date suggested by STC.
Colophon printed with Wyer's name enclosed in round brackets.
Formerly STC 10518.
Identified as STC 10518 on UMI microfilm reel 49.
Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library.
Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800.
¶ The dysposycyon of the fyrste season of the yere.
¶ The dysposycyon of the seconde parte of the yere.
¶ The dysposycyon of the thyrde season of the yere.
¶ The dysposycyon of the fourthe parte of the yere.
¶ The dysposyon of the .xii. Monthes, vpon blode lettynge.
¶ For to vnderstande & know the yeres that shall be plentu∣ous and in great habun∣daunce of goodes.
¶ In die dominica, That is Sondaye.
¶ In die Lune, that is Monday.
¶ In die Martis, that is Tuesdaye.
¶ In dei Marcurij, that is wednesdaye.
¶ In die Iouis, that is Thursdaye.
¶ In die Veneris, that is Frydaye.
¶ In die Sabbati, that is Saterdaye.