Batman vppon Bartholome his booke De proprietatibus rerum, newly corrected, enlarged and amended: with such additions as are requisite, vnto euery seuerall booke: taken foorth of the most approued authors, the like heretofore not translated in English. Profitable for all estates, as well for the benefite of the mind as the bodie. 1582.
Bartholomaeus, Anglicus, 13th cent., Trevisa, John, d. 1402., Batman, Stephen, d. 1584.
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¶ A GENERALL TABLE, CONTAINING THE number of the Chapters in euery seuerall booke, and how to finde the especiall matters contained in the same.

Liber primus.
OF the Trinitie.
fol. 1.
Of one and his vnitie.
fol. 2.
    ¶Liber Secundus, contai∣neth 20. chapters.
  • The first of Angells.
  • 2. What Angel is, after Da∣mascenus.
  • 3. Why an Angell in bo∣dyly shape is painted.
  • 4 How Angells be descri∣bed.
  • 5 How Angells be compa∣red to materiall thinges.
  • 6 of the order of Angells Hierarchies.
  • 7 of three Hierarchies.
  • 8 of the order of Sera∣phin.
  • 9 of the order of Cheru∣bin.
  • 10 of the order of Thrones.
  • 11 of the middle Hierarchy.
  • 12 of the order of domina∣ons.
  • 13 of the order of Princi∣patus.
  • 14 of the order of Pote∣states, or potentates.
  • 15 of the third Hierarchy.
  • 16 of the order of ver∣tues.
  • 17 of the order of Archan∣gells.
  • 18 of the order of Angells.
  • 19 of euill Angells.
  • 20 of peruerse Angells.
    ¶Liber tertius, containing Chapters. 24. Of the properties of the soule.
  • 1 of the discription of man.
  • 2 of the inner man.
  • 3 of the soule.
  • 4 How the soule is decri∣bed of the Philosophers.
  • 5 Howe the soule tooke name.
  • 6 Of the powers of the soule.
  • 7 The same to be Vegeta∣bilis in working, Sensibi∣lis through life, Rationa∣lis by perceiuing.
  • 8 of the soule Vegetabile.
  • 9 of the soule sensible.
  • 10 of the inner sence.
  • 11 of the vertue of sensitiue imagination.
  • 12 of the vertue motiue.
  • 13 of the reasonable soule.
  • 14 of the vertues of the soule.
  • 15 of the vitall vertue.
  • 16 of the Animall vertue.
  • 17 of the visible vertue.
  • 18 of hearing.
  • 19 of Smelling.
  • 20 of the tast.
  • 21 of touching.
  • 22 of those things that are required to the perfection of nature.
  • 23 The pulses.
  • 24 of the diuersitie of pul∣ses.
    ¶Liber quartus containeth chapters. 11.
  • 1 Of the foure qualities Ele∣mentaries.
  • 2 of coldnesse.
  • 3 of drouth.
  • 4 of moisture.
  • 5 of meate and drinke.
  • 6 of humours, of the gene∣ration, effect, and working of them.
  • 7 of bloud.
  • 8 of the euill propertye of bloud.
  • 9 of Fleame.
  • 10 of Cholar.
  • 11 of Melancholy.
    ¶Liber quintus containeth chapters. 66.
  • 1 of the properties of the members in generall.
  • 2 of the propertyes of the head.
  • 3 of the braine.
  • 4 of Caluaria, the skull.
  • 5 of the eyen.
  • 6 of the disposition of the eyes.
  • 7 of the blacke of the eye.
  • 8 of the eie liddes.
  • 9 of the browes.
  • 10 of the forehead.
  • 11 of the Temples.
  • 12 of the Eares.
  • 13 of the nose.
  • 14 of the cheekes.
  • 15 of the beard.
  • 16 of the i••es.
  • 17 of the lips.
  • 18 of the chinne.
  • 19 of the mouth.
  • 20 of the teeth.
  • 21 The properties of Spet∣tle.
  • 22 of the voice.
  • 23 of the throate.
  • 24 of the necke.
  • 25 of the shoulders.
  • 26 of the armes.
  • 27 28 of the hands.
  • 29 of the fingers.
  • 30 of the nailes.
  • 31 of the side.
  • 32 of the backe.
  • 33 of the breast.
  • 34 of the Paps.
  • 35 of the lungs.
  • 36 of the heart.
  • 37 of the breath.
  • 38 of the stomacke.
  • 39 of the liuer.
  • 40 of the gall.
  • 41 of the splene.
  • 42 of the bowells.
  • 43 of the kidneyes.
  • Page  [unnumbered]44 of the bladder.
  • 45 46 of the vrine.
  • 47 of the belly.
  • 48 of the nauell.
  • 49 of the genitalls of both kindes.
  • 50 of the buttockes.
  • 51 of the thighs.
  • 52 of the knees.
  • 53 of the legges.
  • 54 of the seete.
  • 55 of the sole of the foote.
  • 56 of the heele:
  • 57 of the bones.
  • 58 of the marrow.
  • 59 of the gristle.
  • 60 of the sinewes.
  • 61 of the vaines.
  • 62 of the Flesh.
  • 63 of fatnesse.
  • 64 of the skinne.
  • 65 of the haire about the body.
  • 66 of the haire on the head.
    ¶Liber sextus, containeth 30. Chapter.
  • 1 Of age.
  • 2 of death.
  • 3 of the dignitie of man.
  • 4 of the creatiō of the child.
  • 5 of the little child.
  • 6 of a child.
  • 7 of the maide.
  • 8 of the mother.
  • 9 of the daughter.
  • 10 of a Nurse.
  • 11 of a midwife.
  • 12 of a seruant woman.
  • 13 of a male.
  • 14 of a man.
  • 15 of a father.
  • 16 of a seruant man.
  • 17 of an euill seruant.
  • 18 The conditions of a good seruant.
  • 19 of a good Lord.
  • 20 of an euill Lord or lord∣ship.
  • 21 of meate.
  • 22 of drinke.
  • 23 of dinner and fasting.
  • 24 of Supper.
  • 25 of sleepe.
  • 26 of sleepe, what it is.
  • 26 of waking. 27.
  • 27 of dreaming.
  • 28 of the operation of drea∣ming, tituled Additi∣on.
  • 29 of trauaile.
  • 30 of rest.
    Liber septimus containeth 72. Chapters.
  • 1 Of infirmities.
  • 2 of head ach, and of the causes and signes there∣of.
  • 3 of medicines and remedies for ach and paine of the head.
  • 4 of the pose, rume, or snee∣uell.
  • 5 of the phrensie, and theyr causes.
  • 6 of madnesse, & the causes and signes thereof.
  • 7 of gnawring, dizinesse, and forgetfulnesse.
  • 8 of giddinesse or light wit∣ted.
  • 9 of waking.
  • 10 of the falling sicknesse.
  • 11 of sneesing.
  • 12 of head aking.
  • 13 of the crampe.
  • 14 of the palsie.
  • 15 of the disease of the ey∣en.
  • 16 of the webbe in the eye.
  • 17 of the infection of the eye.
  • 18 of running of teares.
  • 19 of default of sight.
  • 20 of blindnesse
  • 21 of deafnesse.
  • 22 of Polipus, superfluous flesh.
  • 23 of the disease of the nose∣thrills.
  • 24 Of stinking of the mouth.
  • 25 of the tooth ach.
  • 26 of the tongue and lacke of speech.
  • 27 of hoarsnesse.
  • 28 of squinacie and strang∣ling of the throat.
  • 29 of the difficultie of brea∣thing
  • 30 of corrupt Spettle.
  • 31 of the Tisike.
  • 32 of heart quaking.
  • 33 of the feauer.
  • 34 of the feauer E•••mera.
  • 35 of the feauer Etike.
  • 36 of the feauer putrida.
  • 37 of the tokens of feauer putrida.
  • 38 of the feauer quotidian.
  • 39 of the Tercian.
  • 40 of the feauer quartane.
  • 41 of the feauer quotidian.
  • 42 of Fleagme.
  • 43 of neesing.
  • 44 of loathing or fainting.
  • 45 of vnmoderate appetite
  • 46 of yoxing.
  • 47 of spuing.
  • 48 of ache of the belly.
  • 49 of torment.
  • 50 of Dissenteria.
  • 51 of Lienteria.
  • 52 of the dropsie.
  • 53 of the Iaundise.
  • 54 of the Emeroides.
  • 55 of the ache of the reines.
  • 56 of Hernia.
  • 57 of Arthetica passio.
  • 58 of Gutta sciatica.
  • 59 of Podagre.
  • 60 of a Postume.
  • 61 of Blaines.
  • 62 of Pustules or wheales.
  • 63 of scabs.
  • 64 of dry scabbes and itch.
  • 65 of Lepra or meselry.
  • 66 of the French poxe.
  • 67 of the morphew.
  • 68 of venimous wormes.
  • 69 of the biting of a madde dogge.
  • 70 the remedye against the biting of a madde dogge.
  • 71 of medicines.
  • Page  [unnumbered]72 Drawing medicines.
    Liber octauus. Chap. 45.
  • 1 What the world is.
  • 2 of the distinction of hea∣uen.
  • 3 Of the Christaline and watry heauen.
  • 4 Of heauen Emperiall.
  • 5 of shining.
  • 6 of the Sphere.
  • 7 Of the circles of hea∣uen.
  • 8 of the circle Galaxia.
  • 9 of the Zodiake.
  • 10 of the signe Aries.
  • 11 of the signe Taurus.
  • 12 of Gemini.
  • 13 of Cancer.
  • 14 of Leo.
  • 15 of Virgo.
  • 16 of Libra.
  • 17 of Scorpio.
  • 18 of Sagittarius.
  • 19 of Capricornus.
  • 20 of Aquarius.
  • 21 of Pisces.
  • 22 of double mouing of the Planets.
  • 23 of Saturne.
  • 24 of Iupiter.
  • 25 of Mars.
  • 26 of Venus.
  • 27 of Mercurius.
  • 28 of the Sunne.
  • 29 of the Moone.
  • 30 of certaine priuities of the Moone.
  • 31 of the head and taile of the Dragon.
  • 32 of the Starre Cometa.
  • 33 of fixed Starres.
  • 34 of Polus.
  • 35 of Arcthurus.
  • 36 of Orion.
  • 37 of Hiades.
  • 38 of Pliades.
  • 39 of Canteula.
  • 40 of Light.
  • 41 of shining.
  • 42 by shining.
  • 43 of the light beame.
  • 44 of shadow.
  • 45 of darknesse.
    ¶Liber nonus contuneth 34. Chapters.
  • 1 Of the diuision of time.
  • 2 of Time.
  • 3 of the yeare Solare and Equinoctiall.
  • 4 of the yeare Lunare.
  • 5 of the spring time.
  • 6 of Summer.
  • 7 of Haruest.
  • 8 of Winter.
  • 9 of Ianuary.
  • 10 of February.
  • 11 of March.
  • 12 of Aprill.
  • 13 of May.
  • 14 of Iune.
  • 15 of Iuly.
  • 16 of August.
  • 17 of September.
  • 18 of October.
  • 19 of Nouember.
  • 20 of December.
  • 21 of Weekes.
  • 22 of the dawning.
  • 23 of midday.
  • 24 of the euening tide.
  • 25 of the night.
  • 26 of the Sabboth.
  • 27 of the time of the new Moone called Neomia.
  • 28 of Septuagesima.
  • 29 of Quinquegessima.
  • 30 Of Quadragessuna, Lent Of fasting.
  • 31 of Easter.
  • 32 of Penticost or Whit∣sontide.
  • 33 of Cenophegia, a feast in September.
  • 34 of Eucenia, what it is.
    ¶Liber decimus, wherein is contained 10. Chapters.
  • 1 De materia et forma, of Elements.
  • 2 of forme.
  • 3 of Elements.
  • 4 of fire.
  • 5 of Flame.
  • 6 of Smoake.
  • 7 of Coale.
  • 8 of a Sparke.
  • 9 of Ashes.
  • 10 of Ashes.
    ¶Liber vndecrimus contai∣neth 16. Chapters. Of Aire & his impres∣sions.
  • 1 of fire perpendicular.
  • 2 of windes in generall.
  • 3 of windes orientall.
  • 4 of Cloudes.
  • 5 of the Rainebow.
  • 6 of the Dew.
  • 7 of Raine.
  • 8 of a drop.
  • 9 of hoare Frost.
  • 10 of t••le.
  • 11 of Snowe.
  • 12 of Mist.
  • 13 of Thunder.
  • 14 of coruscation and ligh∣tening.
  • 15 of Fulmine, another kind of lightening.
  • 16 of light winde.
    ¶Cap. 3. Of the foure Ele∣mentes, and the qualityes, forth of Henrie Cornelius Agrippa
  • 4 of the consideration of Elements.
  • 5 of the wonderful natures of fire.
  • 6 of the wonderfull nature of the water, the aire, and the windes.
  • 7 of the kindes of thinges compound.
  • 8 How the Elements are in the Sturs, in spirits, in An∣gells, and finallye in God himselfe.
  • 9 of the vertues of naturall thinges, next of all depen∣ding of the Elementes.
  • Page  [unnumbered]10 of the hidden vertues of things.
  • 11 How hidden vertues are powred into the kind of things from the Idee, &c.
  • 12 How to get ones owne Genius, and to seeke out his nature.
  • 12 13 That euery man hath three keepers, and from whence each of them pro∣ceedeth.
  • 12 14 How diuers vertues are infused into diuerse medicinalls, euen of one selfe kinde.
  • 13 15 Stones, from whence the hidden vertues doe proceede.
  • 14 16 of the spirite of the world, &c.
  • 15 17 How wee ought to seeke and make tryall of the vertues of things, &c.
  • 16 18 How the operation of diuers vertues are powred out &c.
  • 17 19 How by strife and friendship the vertues of thinges are to bee found out, and experienced.
    ¶Liber duodecimus, con∣tuneth 38. Chap∣ters.
  • 1 Of the Eagle.
  • 2 of the Golhauke.
  • 3 of Alieto, the Faulkon.
  • 4 of Bees.
  • 5 of the Owle.
  • 6 of the Doue or Culuer.
  • 7 of the Curlew.
  • 8 of the Storke.
  • 9 of the Crowe.
  • 10 of the Rauen.
  • 11 of the Swanne.
  • 12 of the Gnat.
  • 13 of Cicada, the grasse∣hopper.
  • 14 of the Phoenix.
  • 15 of the Crae.
  • 16 of the Cocke.
  • 17 of the Capon.
  • 18 of the Hen.
  • 19 of the Gripe, or Gris∣son.
  • 20 of the Gerfaulcon.
  • 21 of the Swallow.
  • 22 of the Kaladrius.
  • 23 of Laurus, the sea cob.
  • 24 of Locusta.
  • 25 of the Coote.
  • 26 of the Kite.
  • 27 of the night crowe.
  • 28 of the Miredrumble.
  • 29 of the Pellican.
  • 30 of the Partridge.
  • 31 of the Pecocke.
  • 32 of Sparrowes.
  • 33 of the Estridge.
  • 34 of the Turtle.
  • 35 of the Vulture.
  • 36 of the Vlula.
  • 37 of the Lapwing.
  • 38 of the Reremouse.
    ¶Liber. 13. containeth chap∣ters. 29.
  • 1 Of water and his pro∣pertie.
  • 2 of pit water.
  • 3 of a riuer.
  • 4 of Arnnis, a riuer.
  • 5 of the riuer Gion.
  • 6 of Tigris.
  • 7 of Euphrates.
  • 8 of the riuer Dorix.
  • 9 of Iordan.
  • 10 of the riuer Alba.
  • 11 of the riuer Gaza.
  • 12 of a Lake.
  • 13 of the lake Aspalti.
  • 14 Of the lake Tiberia∣dis.
  • 15 of the ponde Genesa∣reth.
  • 16 of a Pond.
  • 17 of a Lake.
  • 18 of Waues.
  • 19 of Whirle-pooles.
  • 20 of Streames.
  • 21 of Alluniont.
  • 22 of deepnesse,
  • 23 of the sea.
  • 25 24 of Mare magno me∣diteraneo.
  • 26 of Pelago.
  • 27 of a Drop.
  • 28 of Foame.
  • 29 of Fish.
  • Of the Fish Remora that stayeth a ship. Reade in folio 199. b.
  • Of the Tiburon & the Ma∣nate, and the great Tor∣tuse, in fol. 201.
    Liber 14. containeth Chap∣ters. 57.
  • 1 Of the Earth, and his partes.
  • 2 of an hill.
  • 3 of Arrarath.
  • 4 of Bethel.
  • 5 of Caucasus.
  • 6 of Heball.
  • 7 of Hermon.
  • 8 of Ebron.
  • 9 of Aethiopia.
  • 10 of Aetna.
  • 11 of the hill Esau.
  • 12 of the hill Ephraim.
  • 13 of the hill Phasga.
  • 14 of the hill Gosor.
  • 15 of the hill Galaad.
  • 16 of the hill Garasin.
  • 17 of the hill Gelboe.
  • 18 of Golgotha.
  • 19 of Gaas.
  • 20 of Ebron.
  • 21 of the hills of Israel.
  • 22 of the hilles Hiperbo∣rei.
  • 23 Of the Hill Came∣lo.
  • 24 Of the Hill Liba∣no.
  • 25 Of the hill Moria.
  • 26 of the hill Nebo.
  • 27 of the hill Hor.
  • 28 Of the Mount Oli∣uet.
  • 29 Of the Hill Olym∣po.
  • Page  [unnumbered]30 of the hills Oreb.
  • 31 of the hill Pernassus.
  • 32 of the hill Ripher.
  • 33 of the high cragges.
  • 34 Of the hill Sephara.
  • 35 of the hill Segor.
  • 36 of the hill Sinay.
  • 37 of the hill Sion.
  • 38 of the hill Selmon.
  • 39 of the hill Sophu.
  • 40 of the hill Saron.
  • 41 of the hill Seon.
  • 42 of the hill Semeron.
  • 43 of the hill Seir.
  • 44 of the hill Thabor.
  • 45 of the hill Ziph.
  • 46 of a Downe.
  • 47 of a Valley.
  • 48 of a field Campus.
  • 49 of Ager, a field.
  • 50 of Perdium.
  • 51 of a Mede.
  • 52 (of a Desart.
  • 53 Concerning the same.)
  • 54 of a Caue.
  • 55 of a Ditch.
  • 56 of a Den.
  • 57 of a Quarrey.
    The .15 booke containeth in Chapters. 177. vnto the di∣scription of the whole worlde, by Ortelius, and that parte containeth 7. Chapters.
  • 1 Of the world.
  • 2 of Asia.
  • 3 of Assiria.
  • 4 of Arabia.
  • 5 of Armenia.
  • 6 of Aradia.
  • 7 of Albania.
  • 8 of Attica.
  • 9 of Achaia.
  • 10 of Archadia.
  • 11 of Alania.
  • 12 of Amazonia.
    The addition of the Ama∣zons.
  • 13 Almania.
  • 14 Anglia.
  • 15 Aqiutania.
  • 16 Andegauia.
  • 17 Aluernia.
  • 18 Apulia.
  • 19 Affrica.
  • 20 Asturia.
  • 21 Arragonia
  • 22 Babylonia.
  • 23 Bactria.
  • 24 Braciana.
  • 25 Brabancia.
  • 26 Belgica.
  • 27 Bithinia.
  • 28 Britania.
    Of Britania also.
  • 29 Boctia.
  • 30 Boemia.
  • 31 Burgundia.
  • 32 Capadocia.
  • 33 Caldea.
  • 34 Cedar.
  • 35 Cancia.
  • 36 Cantabria.
  • 37 Chananea.
  • 38 Campania.
  • 39 Cauda.
  • 40 Cilicia.
  • 41 Cipris.
  • 42 Creta.
  • 43 Ciclades.
  • 44 Choa.
  • 45 Corcica.
  • 46 Dalmacia.
  • 47 Dacia.
  • 48 Delos.
  • 49 Dedan.
  • 50 Europa.
  • 51 Eulath.
  • 52 Aethiopia.
  • 53 Aegypt.
  • 54 Ellade.
  • 55 Eola.
  • 56 Franconia.
  • 57 Francia.
  • 58 Flandria.
  • 59 Fenicia.
  • 60 Phrigia.
  • 61 Fricia.
  • 62 Insules fortunatis.
  • 63 Galike.
  • 64 Galatia.
  • 65 Gallicia.
  • 66 Gallia.
  • 67 Gadis.
  • 68 Gretia, with the Addi¦tion.
  • 69 Gethulia.
  • 70 Gorgones.
  • 71 Gothia.
  • 72 Gnido.
  • 73 India, with the Additiō.
  • 74 Hircania.
  • 75 Idumea.
  • 76 Iudea.
  • 77 Iberia.
  • 78 Italia.
  • 79 Hispania.
  • 80 Hibernia.
  • 81 Icaria.
  • 82 Iland.
  • 83 Caria.
  • 84 Carthage.
  • 85 Carinthia.
  • 86 Cathay.
  • 87 Corscica.
  • 88 Lacedemonia.
  • 89 Lectonia.
  • 90 Liuonia.
  • 91 Licia.
  • 92 Lidia.
  • 93 Libia.
  • 94 Lothoringia.
  • 95 Lucitania.
  • 96 Mauritania.
  • 97 Macedonia.
  • 98 Magnetia.
  • 99 Messia.
  • 100 Mesopotamia.
  • 101 Media.
  • 102 Melos.
  • 103 Midia.
  • 104 Misena.
  • 105 Moscouia.
  • 106 Mithilene.
  • 107 Nabathea.
  • 108 Norwegia, & Norma∣nia.
  • 109 Numidia.
  • 110 Narbonia.
  • 111 Ophir.
  • 112 Hollandia.
  • 113 Orchada.
  • 114 Paradiso.
  • 115 Parthia.
  • 116 Palestine.
  • 117 Pamphilia.
  • 118 Pannonia Hungaria.
  • Page  [unnumbered]119 Paron.
  • 120 Pentapoli.
  • 121 Percia.
  • 122 Pirenca.
  • 123 Pigmea.
  • 124 Pictauia.
  • 125 Picardi.
  • 126 Ramathea.
  • 127 Rencia.
  • 128 Riualia.
  • 129 Reinconia.
  • 130 Roma prouincia.
  • 131 Romania.
  • 132 Rodo.
  • 133 Ruthia.
  • 134 Saba.
  • 135 Samaria.
  • 136 Sambia.
  • 137 Sabaudia.
  • 138 Sardinia.
  • 139 Sarinata.
  • 140 Samo.
  • 141 Saxonia.
  • 142 Sclauia.
  • 143 Sparta.
  • 144 Seres.
  • 145 Selandia.
  • 146 Semigallia.
  • 147 Gallia Senonensis.
  • 148 Siria.
  • 149 Sichmea.
  • 150 Scithia.
  • 151 Sicionia.
  • 152 Sicilia.
  • 153 Sirtes.
  • 154 Scotia.
  • 155 Suetia
  • 156 Scondia.
  • 157 Sueuia & Tanatos.
  • 158 Trapobana.
  • 159 Thracia.
  • 160 Traconitida.
  • 161 Thessalia.
  • 162 Tenedos.
  • 163 Thile.
  • 164 Tripolitana.
  • 165 Trogodia.
  • 166 Troiana.
  • 167 Thuscia.
  • 168 Thuringia.
  • 169 Thuronia.
  • 170 Vasconia.
  • 171 Venetia.
  • 172 Westualia.
  • 173 Vironia.
  • 174 Winlandia.
  • 175 Vitria.
  • 167 Island
  • 177 Zeugia.
    ¶Next followeth forth of Ortelius, the last descrip∣tion.
  • The Introduction of Ves∣per.
  • Orbis terrarum, the map of the whole world.
  • America.
  • Asia.
  • Affrica.
  • Europa.
  • Of India.
  • The Empire of Turky.
    ¶The 16. booke contai∣neth Chapters. 104. of stones.
  • 1 Of Arena.
  • 2 of Clay.
  • 3 of Alabaster.
  • 4 of Golde.
  • 5 of Laten.
  • 6 of Auripigmentum.
  • 7 of siluer.
  • 8 of quicke siluer.
  • 9 of Adamant.
  • 10 of Amatist.
  • 11 of Achate.
  • 12 of Abeston.
  • 13 of Absciso.
  • 14 of Alabandia.
  • 15 of Argirit.
  • 16 of Astrione.
  • 17 of Alectoria.
  • 18 of Asterides.
  • 19 of Amatites.
  • 20 of Bitumino.
  • 21 of Berill.
  • 22 of Calculo.
  • 23 of a Whetstone.
  • 24 of Calce.
  • 25 of Cemento,
  • 26 of Carbunculo.
  • 27 of Crisoprasso.
  • 28 of Calcidonia.
  • 29 of Crisolito.
  • 30 of Celidonia.
  • 31 of Christall.
  • 32 of Ceraunio.
  • 33 of Corallo.
  • 34 of Corncolo.
  • 35 of Dioniso.
  • 36 of Diadoco.
  • 37 of Ere.
  • 38 of Electro.
  • 39 of Echit.
  • 40 of Emachit.
  • 41 of Eliotropia.
  • 42 of Enidros.
  • 43 of Episte.
  • 44 of Excoleceros.
  • 45 of Yron.
  • 46 of Ferrugino.
  • 47 of Gleba.
  • 48 of Gemma.
  • 49 of Gagat.
  • 50 of Galectile.
  • 51 of Gelatia.
  • 52 of Geraticen.
  • 53 of Iaspis.
  • 54 of Iacincto.
  • 55 of Irido.
  • 56 of Ienia.
  • 57 of Kamau.
  • 58 of Kalbrate.
  • 59 of Kalcophano.
  • 60 of Ligorio.
  • 61 of Lippario.
  • 62 of Margarite.
  • 63 of Magnete.
  • 64 of Menolite.
  • 65 of Menophit.
  • 66 of Mirite.
  • 67 of Medo.
  • 68 of Merchite.
  • 69 of Marmore.
  • 70 of Nitro.
  • 71 of Noset.
  • 72 of Ochino.
  • 73 of Optallio.
  • 74 of Orite.
  • 75 of Petra.
  • 76 of Pario.
  • 77 of Prassio.
  • 78 of Pirite.
  • 79 of Pionite.
  • 80 of Panteron.
  • Page  [unnumbered]81 of Plumbo, lead.
  • 82 of Puluere.
  • 83 of Quirin.
  • 84 of Quandros.
  • 85 of Rabri and Rubies.
  • 86 of Reyben.
  • 87 of Saphyro.
  • 88 of Smaragdo.
  • 89 of Sardio.
  • 90 of Sardonice.
  • 91 of Solis gemma.
  • 92 of Silenite.
  • 93 of Stanno.
  • 94 of Sulphure.
  • 95 of Sale, salt.
  • 96 of Topazio.
  • 97 of Turquesses.
  • 98 of Turgote.
  • 99 of Terra sigillata, and Tartara.
  • 100 Of Vitro, Glasse.
  • 101 of Ydaci.
  • 102 of Yrachite.
  • 103 of Zimiech.
  • 104 of Zingutte.
    ¶The 17. Booke contay∣neth 197. chapters, of trees and hearbes.
  • 1 OF a tree.
  • 2 Of Arbor Aroma∣tica.
  • 3 of an Almond tree.
  • 4 of Firre tree.
  • 5 of Aloe.
  • 6 Aloe, the Addition.
  • 7 of a reede.
  • 8 of Amomum.
  • 9 of Aneto.
  • 10 of Aniso,
  • 11 of Allio.
  • 12 of Wormwood.
  • 13 of Apium.
  • 14 of Aristologia.
  • 15 of Agnus castus.
  • 16 of Artemisia.
  • 17 of Oates.
  • 18 of Balsamum.
  • 19 of Bidellio.
  • 20 of Buxus.
  • 21 of Balaustia.
  • 22 of Beta.
  • 23 of Cedar.
  • 24 of Cipressus.
  • 25 of Ciprus.
  • 26 of Cinamomum.
  • 27 of Casia.
  • 28 of Casia fistula.
  • 29 of Calamus.
  • 30 of Calamus vsualis.
  • 31 of Calamus scripturalis.
  • 32 of Caparis.
  • 33 of Cardamomum.
  • 34 of Calameent.
  • 35 of Carix.
  • 36 of Carduo.
  • 37 of Carica.
  • 38 of Comin.
  • 39 of Coriander.
  • 40 of Coloquintida.
  • 41 of Cou.
  • 42 of Crocus.
  • 43 of Cep.
  • 44 of Cepe canino
  • 44 of Cucumere.
  • 45 of Cucurbita.
  • 46 of Celidonia.
  • 47 of Centaurio.
  • 48 of Daphni.
  • 49 of Diptanno.
  • 50 of Draguntea.
  • 51 of Dragantum.
  • 52 of Ebenus.
  • 53 of Edera.
  • 54 of Elitropium.
  • 55 of Eleborus.
  • 56 of Esula.
  • 57 of Eruca.
  • 58 of Enula.
  • 59 of Epithimum.
  • 60 of Ebulus.
  • 61 of Ficus.
  • 62 of Fraxinus.
  • 63 of Fagus.
  • 64 of Faba.
  • 65 of Frumentum.
  • 66 of Farrea.
  • 67 of Farina.
  • 68 of Fermentum.
  • 69 of Fumo terrae.
  • 70 of Foeniculum.
  • 71 of Ferula.
  • 72 of Foenum.
  • 73 of Flagella.
  • 74 of Fructum.
  • 75 of Germen.
  • 76 of Gramen.
  • 77 of Galbanum.
  • 78 of Gutta.
  • 79 of Gariophilum.
  • 80 of Gemisca.
  • 81 of Grano.
  • 82 of Gith.
  • 83 of Ilex.
  • 84 of Iuniperus.
  • 85 Of Isopus, and Ia∣ceros.
  • 86 of Iacinctus.
  • 87 of Iusquianus.
  • 88 of Castanea.
  • 89 of Lauro.
  • 90 of Lentiscus.
  • 91 of Lilium.
  • 92 of Lactuca.
  • 93 of Lappa.
  • 94 of Lappates.
  • 95 of Legumina.
  • 96 of Lens.
  • 97 of Lino.
  • 98 of Malus.
  • 99 Of Malus Grana∣tus.
  • 100 of Morus.
  • 101 of Mutus.
  • 102 of Mirra.
  • 103 of Mirrum.
  • 104 of Mandragora.
  • 105 of Milium.
  • 106 of Menta.
  • 107 of Malua.
  • 108 of Nux.
  • 109 of Auellana.
  • 110 of Nardus.
  • 111 of Oleum.
  • 112 of Oleum Oliue∣tum.
  • 113 of Oleaster.
  • 114 of Olus.
  • 115 of Ordeum.
  • 116 of Palma.
  • 117 of Palmes.
  • 118 of Propago.
  • 119 of Platinus.
  • 120 of Populus.
  • 121 of Pino.
  • 122 of Pinea.
  • Page  [unnumbered]123 of Pice.
  • 124 of Pirus.
  • 125 of Prumus.
  • 126 of Papyrus.
  • 127 of Paliurus.
  • 128 of Papauer.
  • 129 of Plantago.
  • 130 of Petroselium.
  • 131 of Piper.
  • 132 of Pulegio.
  • 133 of Porro. Of Polanda.
  • 134 Of Quercus.
  • 135 of Quisquilie.
  • 136 Of Rofa.
  • 137 of Radix.
  • 138 of Rampuo.
  • 139 of Resina.
  • 140 of Rubus.
  • 141 of Ruta.
  • 142 Of Saltus.
  • 143 of Salix.
  • 144 of Sambucus.
  • 145 of Saliunca.
  • 146 of Stacten.
  • 147 of Storax.
  • 148 of Sicomorus.
  • 149 of Spina.
  • 150 of lignis Sethim.
  • 151 of Sentrix.
  • 152 of Sepes.
  • 153 of Sudes.
  • 154 of Siliqua.
  • 155 of Sinapis.
  • 156 of Semen.
  • 157 of Stipula.
  • 158 of Simila.
  • 159 of Scopa.
  • 160 of Stupa.
  • 161 Of Taxus.
  • 162 of Tabula.
  • 163 of Trabes.
  • 164 of Terebinthinus.
  • 165 of Thina.
  • 166 of Tirsus.
  • 167 of Tignis.
  • 168 of Triticum.
  • 169 of Tisana.
  • 170 of Tribulus.
  • 171 of Thimus.
  • 172 of Thimiama.
  • 173 of Thus.
  • 174 Of Vimen.
  • 175 of Virga.
  • 176 of Virgultum.
  • 177 of Vitis.
  • 178 of Labrusca.
  • 179 of Vitulamen.
  • 180 of Vinea.
  • 181 of Vua.
  • 182 of Vua immatura.
  • 183 of Vua passa.
  • 184 of Vinum.
  • 185 of Vinum rubrum.
  • 186 of Mustum.
  • 187 of Wine compound.
  • 188 of corrupt wine.
  • 189 of new pressed wine.
  • 190 Of the place where wine is pressed.
  • 191 of violets.
  • 192 of the Elme tree.
  • 193 of the nettle.
  • 194 of Darnell or Zizania.
  • 195 of Ginger.
  • 196 of Zedoariun.
  • 197 of Sugar.
    ¶Liber 18. containeth 117. chapters, of Beasts, and their qualities.
  • 1 OF Beastes in generall.
  • 2 Of Beastes in speciall.
  • 3 Of the Ramme.
  • 4 of the Lambe.
  • 5 of the Sheepe.
  • 6 of the Female their dis∣ease. Of Alce the Indiā Buck.
  • 7 of the Boare.
  • 8 of the Asse.
  • 9 of serpents and Adders.
  • 10 Of Aspide.
  • 11 of Arena, spiders.
  • 12 of the Bee.
  • 13 of the Oxe.
  • 14 of Bubulcus.
  • 15 of Buffe.
  • 16 of the Cockatrice.
  • 17 Of the Rubeta or Frog and of the toades stone, as big as a pease, and not as a peach.
  • 18 of the Bombax or silke worme.
  • 19 of the Camelion.
  • 20 of the Camelioperd.
  • 21 of the Camelion worme
  • 22 of the wilde Goate.
  • 23 of the tame Goates.
  • 24 of Goates.
  • 25 of hounds.
  • 26 of Bitches.
  • 27 of all sorts of dogges.
  • 28 of whelpes.
  • 29 of the Beauer.
  • 30 of the Hart.
  • 31 of Ceraste.
  • 32 of a horne. Of the addition of Co∣nies.
  • 33 of the Crocodile.
  • 34 of Adders.
  • 35 of Deere.
  • 36 of the Dromedarie.
  • 37 of the serpent Dipsas.
  • 38 of the Dragon.
  • 39 of the Horse.
  • 40 of the Mare.
  • 41 of the Colte.
  • 42 of the Elephant.
  • 43 of the Elephants.
  • 44 of Elephants teeth.
  • 45 of Elephants vertue. (In what coast Elephants breed, & of the country of Presbiter Iohn, after Hortelius description.)
  • 46 of a Kidde.
  • 47 of the Malshrag.
  • 48 of Fauni and Satiri.
  • 49 of Foemina.
  • 50 of Foetante.
  • 51 of Foetu, birth.
  • 52 of Ficarius.
  • 53 of the Ampt.
  • 54 of Formicaleon.
  • 55 of the drone Flye.
  • 56 of the Gripe.
  • 57 of Bats.
  • 58 of Flindermice also.
  • 59 of Hinnulus.
  • 60 of the Goate.
  • 61 of Hiena.
  • 62 of the Porcapine.
  • 63 of the Hedgehog.
  • 64 of the young Steere.
  • 65 of the Lyon.
  • Page  [unnumbered]66 Of the Lionesse.
  • 67 of the Leoperd.
  • 68 of the Hare.
  • 69 of the Linx.
  • 70 of the Snaile.
  • 71 of the Woolse.
  • 72 of the Mule.
  • 73 of the Mouse.
  • 74 of the Weasell.
  • 75 of the Fyrtet,
  • 76 of the Cat.
  • 77 of Noctiluca, and of Odonta.
  • 78 of the wilde Asse.
  • 79 of the Onocentaura.
  • 80 of Orix.
  • 81 of a Sheepe and theyr profite.
  • 82 of the Panther.
  • 83 of the Parde.
  • 84 De Pilofis, wilde men.
  • 85 of the Poe Bucke,
  • 86 of the Pigmeis.
  • 87 of Swine.
  • 88 of a Lowce or Lyce.
  • 89 of Fleas.
  • 90 of the Rhinoceros.
  • 91 of Frogges.
  • 92 of the Salamander.
  • 93 of water leach••.
  • 94 of the Lizard.
  • 95 of Serpents.
  • 96 of the Ape.
  • 97 of Mermaides.
  • 98 of Scorpions.
  • 99 of a Sowe.
  • 100 of a Bull.
  • 101 of a Goate bucke.
  • 102 of a Moale.
  • 103 of the Badger.
  • 104 of the Tiger.
  • 105 of a Mothe.
  • 106 of wormes.
  • 107 of snailes.
  • 108 of the Tortuse.
  • 109 of a Caue.
  • 110 Idem.
  • 111 of a Calfe.
  • 112 of a Beare.
  • 113 of the female Beare.
  • 114 of a Foxe.
  • 115 of Wormes:
  • 116 of little womes.
  • 117 of viperous serpents. The Addition of Vipers.
    ¶Liber 19, containeth 37. chapters.
  • 1 Of colours.
  • 2 of the Materia of cou∣lours,
  • 3 of the generation of colours.
  • 4 of White.
  • 5 of Russet.
  • 6 of hot and cold.
  • 7 Colours in generall.
  • 8 of seauen colours, and the Addition.
  • 9 of changeable colours.
  • 10 of colours in the eye. The rest intreateth in 27. parts of colours.
    ¶The Addition of cou∣lours to limne with, & how they must be v∣sed.
  • 38 of odors and perfumes.
  • 39 of the effectes of o∣doures.
  • 40 of stinking vapour.
  • 41.42 Idem.
  • 43 of sweete sauour, and his effects vnto the 52.
  • 53 of liquors.
  • 54 of Honic and his pro∣perties.
  • 55 of the Honic combe.
  • 57 of Meede.
  • 58 of Claret, a drinke compound.
  • 59 of Pigmentum.
  • 60 of Oximell.
  • 61 of Waxe.
  • 62 of milke, vnto 71.
  • 72 of Whey.
  • 73 of Butter.
  • 74 of Cheese.75.76.
  • 77 of the vertues of di∣uers things.
  • 78 of rottennesse.
  • 79 of Egges.
  • The rest concerne weights and measures.
Finis huius Tabulae.