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Author: Lovell, Robert, 1630?-1690.
Title: Panzooryktologia. Sive Panzoologicomineralogia. Or A compleat history of animals and minerals,: containing the summe of all authors, both ancient and modern, Galenicall and chymicall, touching animals, viz. beasts, birds, fishes, serpents, insects, and man, as to their place, meat, name, temperature, vertues, use in meat and medicine, description, kinds, generation, sympathie, antipathie, diseases, cures, hurts, and remedies &c. With the anatomy of man, his diseases, with their definitions, causes, signes, cures, remedies: and use of the London dispensatory, with the doses and formes of all kinds of remedies: as also a history of minerals, viz. earths, mettals, semimettals, their naturall and artificiall excrements, salts, sulphurs, and stones, with their place, matter, names, kinds, temperature, vertues, use, choice, dose, danger, and antidotes. Also an [brace] introduction to zoography and mineralogy. Index of Latine names, with their English names. Universall index of the use and vertues. / By Robert Lovell. St. C.C. Oxon. philotheologiatronomos.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Panzooryktologia. Sive Panzoologicomineralogia. Or A compleat history of animals and minerals,: containing the summe of all authors, both ancient and modern, Galenicall and chymicall, touching animals, viz. beasts, birds, fishes, serpents, insects, and man, as to their place, meat, name, temperature, vertues, use in meat and medicine, description, kinds, generation, sympathie, antipathie, diseases, cures, hurts, and remedies &c. With the anatomy of man, his diseases, with their definitions, causes, signes, cures, remedies: and use of the London dispensatory, with the doses and formes of all kinds of remedies: as also a history of minerals, viz. earths, mettals, semimettals, their naturall and artificiall excrements, salts, sulphurs, and stones, with their place, matter, names, kinds, temperature, vertues, use, choice, dose, danger, and antidotes. Also an [brace] introduction to zoography and mineralogy. Index of Latine names, with their English names. Universall index of the use and vertues. / By Robert Lovell. St. C.C. Oxon. philotheologiatronomos.
Lovell, Robert, 1630?-1690.

Oxford: Printed by Hen: Hall, for Jos: Godwin, 1661.
Subject terms:
Mineralogy
Medicine
Animals
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88617.0001.001

Contents
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Glow-worm. Cicindula.
Gnat. Culex.
Gras-hopper. Cicada.
H.
Hornet. Crabro.
K.
Kind. Gryllus.
L.
Leech. Hirudo.
Locust. Locusta.
Louse. Pediculus.
M.
Moth. Blatta.
O.
Oxeflie. Tabanus.
P.
Pismire. Formica.
S.
Scolopender. Scolopendra.
Scorpion. Scorpio.
Seepadde. Stella marina.
Silk-worme. Bombax.
Snaile. Cochlea.
Spanish-flies. Cantharides
Spider. Araneus.
T.
Tike. Ricinus.
W.
Wall-louse. Cimex.
Wasp. Vespa.
Wood-worme. Teredo.
Worme. Lumbricus.
ANTHROPOLOGIA, &c. Of Man. &c.
anatomy
I. Herein may be considered, the general external division of the whole body. sc. into venters & limbs.
II. The bones are to be considered.
III. The cartilages and ligaments are to be observed,
IV. The muscles are to be considered.
V. The veines are to be observed,
VI. The arteries are to be considered, and their di∣stribution,
VII. The nerves are to be observed,
VIII. The lower belly is to be considered.
Hereto belongs the foetus,
IX. The midle venter is to be considered,
X. The upper ven∣ter is to be observed,
diseases
I. Ʋniversal, sc. Feavers,
I. The diseases of the head.
Now follow, the symp∣tomes of the brain,and 1. Those of the sensus communis.
2. The symptomes of the imagination, sc.
3. The symptomes of imagination, and ratiocination hurt,
4. The symptomes of more of the internal senses.
5. The symptomes of animal motion,
6. The sym∣ptomes hurting the inward senses, ratiocination and motion, together with the outward.
7. The symptomes of excrets, sc.
8. The Symptomes of the sense of feeling,
II. The diseases of the eyes,
1. Those of the eye-lids,
2. Those of the cilia.
3. Those of the annate tunicle, or conjunctive.
4. Those of the cornea,
5. Those of the uvea.
6. Those of the aranea, sc.
7. Those of the angular flesh; and
8. Those of the humours of the eyes.
9. Those of the optick nerves, sc.
10. Those of the optick spirits, sc.
11. Those of the muscles mooving the eyes, sc.
12. Diseases troubling the wholl eye.
13. The symptomes troubling the eyes.
III. The diseases and symptomes of the eares.
The symptomes of the eares, are.
IV. The diseases and symptomes of the nostrils,
The symptomes of the nostrils are.
V. The diseases & symptomes of the tongue.
VI. The diseases and symptomes of the lipps.
VII. The diseases and symptomes of the face, &c.
VIII. The diseases and symptomes of the teeth,
The symptomes of the teeth, are.
IX. The affections of the gumms,
X. The affections of the jaws,
XI. The vices of the mouth.
XII. The affections of the uvula.
XIII. The affection of the tonsils. sc.
II. The diseases of the midle venter.
I. The disease of the gullet, sc.
II. The diseases of the throat.
III. The diseases of the rough artery.
IV. The diseases of the lungs.
V. The diseases of the breast.
VI. The symptomes of the lungs and breast.
VII. The diseases and symptomes of the heart.
III. The diseases and symptomes of the lower belly.
I. The diseases of the oesophagus.
II. The diseases of the ven∣tricle.
III. The symptomes of the ventricle.
IV. The diseases of the intestines,
V. The symptomes of the intestines,
VI. The symptomes of the anus,
VII. The diseases of the mesentery.
VIII. The affections of the spleen.
IX. The diseases of the liver.
X. The symptomes of the liver,
XI. The diseases of the veines;
XII. The symptomes of the veines.
XIII. The di∣seases of the bladder.
XIV. The symptomes of the bladder.
XV. The diseases of the genitals in men.
XVI. The symptomes in the genitals of men.
XVII. The diseases of the navil.
XVIII. The diseases of the abdomen.
XIX. The diseases of the pu∣dend, and neck of the womb.
XX. The diseases of the womb it selfe.
XXI. The symptomes in the womb.
XXII. The symptomes about the menses and other fluxes of the womb.
XXIII. The symptomes of virgins and women after twelve years of age, from the womb.
XXIV. The symptomes about conception.
XXV. The regimen of those that are great, and their preternatural affections.
XXVI. Symptomes about parturition.
XXVII. The regimen of breeding women and their affections after child-birth.
XXVIII. The diseases of the duggs.
XXIX. The symptomes of the duggs.
IV. The diseases & symptomes of infants.
These are the internal diseases, &c. that belong to the body of man:
physiology
I. Touching Physiology.
II. Touching Pathologie.
III. As touching Semeioticks.
subsection 1
2. Of diagnostick or demonstrative signes.
3. Of prognostical signes or pre∣dictive.
IV. Touching the Therapeutick part.
I. In∣ternal.
II. External.
DYNAMILOGIA PHARMACEUTICA.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
K.
L.
M.
N.
O.
P.
Q.
R.
S.
T.
V.
W.
Y.
This is the full Ʋse and Appropriation of all Remedies, both simple, and compound, that are menioned in the London Pharma∣copoeia: the Doses whereof, are, as followeth.
These are the particular doses of Galenical & chymicall remedies, the rest that are taken from animals, & minerals, see in their proper places: hereof also with the aforesaid simples & cōpounds are made severall sorts of remedies: the Formes of which are as followeth.
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GEOLOGIA. Of Earths.
A.
Alanian Earth. Alana terra.
Ampelite Earth. Ampelitis terra.
B.
Black Earth. Pnigites.
Bole Armoniack. Bolus Armenus.
C.
Chalke. Creta.
Clay. Lutum.
E.
Earth of Chios. Terra Chia.
Earth of Eretria. Eretria terra.
Earth of Lemnos. Terra Lemnia.
Earth of Melos. Terra Melia.
Earth of Samos. Terra Samia.
F.
Fullers Earth. Cimolia.
I.
Japonian Earth. Japponica terra.
M.
Marie. Marga.
O.
Oker. Ochra.
R.
Rubrick. Rubrica.
S.
Sand. Arena.
Sealed Earth. Terra Sigillata.
Selenuntine earth. Selinusia terra.
METALLOLOGIA. Of Mettalls.
C.
Copper. Cuprum.
G.
Gold. Aurum.
I.
Iron. Ferrum.
L.
Lead. Plumbum.
S.
Silver. Argentum.
T.
Tinne. Stannum.
HEMIMETALLOLOGIA. Of Semi-mettals.
A.
Antimonie. Antimonium.
M.
Mercurie. Mercurius.
S.
Sinople. Cinnabaris.
Mettalls naturall Excrements.
C.
Chalcite. Chalcitis.
Cobalt. Cobaltum.
M.
Marcasite. Marcasita.
Misy. Misy.
S.
Sory. Sory.
Mettals Artificiall Excrements.
C.
Cadmia. Cadmia.
D.
Diphryges. Diphruges.
L.
Litharge. Lithargyrium.
P.
Plumbage. Plumbago.
T.
Tuttie. Tutia.
HALOLOGIA. Of Salts.
A.
Alum. Alumen.
Amoniack. Ammoniacum.
C.
Common Salt. Sal communis.
G.
Gemme Salt. Sal Gemmae.
N.
Nitre. Nitrum.
V.
Vitriol. Vitriolum.
THEIOLOGIA. Of Sulphurs.
A.
Agath. Gagales.
Amber. Succinum.
Amber-griece. Ambra grysea.
Arsnick. Arsenicum.
Asphalte. Asphaltos.
B.
Brimstone. Sulphur.
L
Lithanthrax. Lithanthrax.
N.
Naphth. Naphtha.
O.
Oile of peter. Petrolaeum.
P.
Parmaceti. Sperma ceti.
LITHOLOGIA. Of Stones.
1. Stones or jewels more pretious.
A.
Achates. Achates.
Amethist. Amethystus.
B.
Berill. Berillus.
Bezoarstone. Bezoar.
C.
Calcedonie. Calcidonius.
Chrysolite. Chrysolithos.
Chrysoprase. Chrysoprasus.
Coral. Corallium.
Corneol. Sardius.
E.
Emerald. Smaragdus.
G.
Granate. Granatus.
I.
Jacinth. Hyacinthus.
Jasper. Jaspis.
L.
Ligurius. Ligurius.
N.
Nephritick-stone. Nephriticus.
P.
Pearle. Margarita:
R.
Ruby. Rubinus:
S.
Sapphire. Sapphirus.
Sardonyx. Sardonyx.
T.
Topaz. Topasius.
Stones lesse Pretious.
A.
Alabaster. Alabastrites.
Amianth. Amianthus.
Armenian-stone. Armenus L.
Azure-stone. Lazuli L.
B.
Bloud-stone. Haematites.
Borax. Borax.
C.
Calaminare. Calaminaris L.
Chrystall. Chrystallus.
Cleaving-stone. Schistus.
Cocks-gizard-stone. Alectorius.
E.
Eagle-stone. Aetites.
F.
Fier-stone. Pyrites.
Flint. Silex.
G.
Geodes. Geodes.
I.
Irish-slat. Hybernicus.
Jewes-stone. Judaicus.
L.
Lime-stone. Calcarius.
Load-stone. Magnes.
Lynx-stone Lyncis L.
M.
Mans bladder-stone. Humanus L.
Marble. Marmor.
O.
Ostiocolla. Ostiocolla.
P.
Phrygian-stone. Phrygins.
Plaster. Gypsum.
Pumeise-stone. Pumex.
S.
Samos-stone. Samius lapis.
Smyris. Smyris:
Spectacle-stone. Specularis.
Spunge-stone. Spongites.
T.
Talch. Talcum.
Unicorne-stone. Unicornu sos.
W.
Whetstone. Cos.
Stones lesse used in Physick.
AN INDEX Containing the Latin Names of such Li∣ving Creatures, and Mineralls, as are mentioned in this Book, in Alphabetical order, together with their English Names.
Tetrapodologia. Of four-footed Beasts.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
G.
H.
I.
L.
M.
O.
P.
R.
S.
T.
Ʋ.
Ornithologia. Of Birds.
A.
B.
C.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
L.
M.
N.
O.
P.
Q.
R.
S.
T.
V.
Ichthyologia. Of Fishes.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G:
H.
I.
L.
M.
N.
O.
P.
R.
S.
T.
V.
Ophiologia. Of Serpents.
A.
B.
C.
D.
H.
L.
P.
R.
S.
V.
Entomologia. Of Insects.
A.
B.
C.
E.
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Lithologia. Of Stones.
Pretiosiores. Or more Pretious.
Minus Pretiosi. Or less Pretious.
Minus utiles. Or lesse Usefull.
An Alphabetical Catalogue of the Diseases specified in this Book, together with the Appropriate Remedies therein, taken from Animals, viz. Beasts, Birds, Fishes, Serpents, Insects, and Man: As also from Minerals, viz. Earths, Met∣tals, Semimettals, their Natural and Artifi∣cial Excrements, Salts, Sulphurs, and Stones-More pretious, Lesse pretious, in Alphabe∣tical order, and those lesse used in Physick.
A.
B.
C.
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F.
G.
H.
I.
K.
L.
M.
N.
O.
P.
Q.
R.
S.
T.
V.
W.
Y.