|Author:||Hyperius, Andreas, 1511-1564.|
|Title:||Two common places taken out of Andreas Hyperius, a learned diuine, whereof, in the one, he sheweth the force that the sonne, moone and starres haue ouer men, &c. In the other, whether the deuils haue bene the shewers of magicall artes, &c. Translated into English by R.V.|
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Two common places taken out of Andreas Hyperius, a learned diuine, whereof, in the one, he sheweth the force that the sonne, moone and starres haue ouer men, &c. In the other, whether the deuils haue bene the shewers of magicall artes, &c. Translated into English by R.V.
Hyperius, Andreas, 1511-1564., Vaux, Robert,
London: Imprinted by Iohn Wolfe, 1581.
Sources of texts not traced.
Translator's dedication signed: R. Vaux.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Astrology -- Early works to 1800.
Demonology -- Early works to 1800.
Magic -- Religious aspects -- Early works to 1800.
To the worshipfull and his especiall good frend M. Latham of Sandowne in Essex.
An admonition to the Reader.
THE FOVRTH DAY WORKE BY GOD MENTIONED GE∣nesis the first chapter.
WHETHER THAT THE DEVILS HAVE BENE THE Shewers of Masuall artes; and by their helpe, euill men do Woorke signes and wonders.