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Author: Simotta, George.
Title: A theater of the planetary houres for all dayes of the yeare. VVherein may be gathered from the earth, vnder the cœlestiall influences, divers sorts of hearbs, rootes, leaves, barkes, flowers, fruits, seedes, stones, animals, &c. for the vse of physick: whereby both suddenly, and happily infirmities may be cured. The evils too are set downe, that happen, and are caused by the seuen plannets: the friendship and hatred betwixt them: the sunne rising; and to finde the determinate houre of it. A worke not onely curious and delightfull, but likewise necessary for physitians, and all curious spirits. Composed by George Simotta a Grecian, of Constantinople, spagirick physitian, to Monsieur, brother to his Majestie of France. Translated out of Greeke, into French, and now into English, fitted to our calculation.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A theater of the planetary houres for all dayes of the yeare. VVherein may be gathered from the earth, vnder the cœlestiall influences, divers sorts of hearbs, rootes, leaves, barkes, flowers, fruits, seedes, stones, animals, &c. for the vse of physick: whereby both suddenly, and happily infirmities may be cured. The evils too are set downe, that happen, and are caused by the seuen plannets: the friendship and hatred betwixt them: the sunne rising; and to finde the determinate houre of it. A worke not onely curious and delightfull, but likewise necessary for physitians, and all curious spirits. Composed by George Simotta a Grecian, of Constantinople, spagirick physitian, to Monsieur, brother to his Majestie of France. Translated out of Greeke, into French, and now into English, fitted to our calculation.
Simotta, George.

Printed at London: By August. Matthewes, and are to be solde by George Baker, neere Charing-Crosse, at the signe of the White Lyon, 1631.
Notes:
Greek original not traced.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Medicine -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine, Magic, mystic, and spagiric -- Early works to 1800.
Astrology -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A12254.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT Worshipfull Sir ROBERT AETON, Secretary to the Queenes most Excel∣lent Maiestie.
A THEATER OF THE PLANETARY HOVRES FOR ALL THE DAYES OF THE YEARE.
CHAP. I. What the infirmities and diseases are, which are cau∣sed by every of the Planets.
CHAP. II. At what houre the Sunne riseth in every day of the yeare.
CHAP. III. The vnequall Planetary houres of the day and night, Calculated according to the Ephimerides.
The houres of the day.
The houres of the night.
CHAP. IIII. Which are friendly Planets one to another.
The Planets that are enemies one to another.
Excellent and approved Secrets; with the manner how, and when they are to be taken, and made, vnder the Influen∣ces of the Starres, whereby the fol∣lowing infirmities may in very short time be cured.
1. Against the headache.
2. Against Frenzies or sharpe Feavers.
3. To cure the Falling sicknesse.
4. Against weakenesses and dimnesse in the eyes.
5. To cure the waterings and fluxes in the eyes.
6. To take away Carnosities in the nose.
7. Against bleeding at the nose.
8. Against paines and pushes in the eares.
9. Against deafenesse, and bussings in the eares.
10. To take away Blisters and hackes on the lips.
11. To ease the paine of the Tooth-ache.
12. To make hollow or pained teeth to fall of themselues.
13. To strengthen the teeth.
14. To facilitate the growth of teeth in young children without danger of death.
15. The Squinance.
16. To stop bloud.
17. To helpe infirmities of the stomack.
18. To take away paines in the stomack.
19. To cure inflamed livers.
20. Against the Dropsie.
21. To cure the yellow Iaundize.
22. To helpe obstructions, and hard∣nesse in the Milt or Spleene.
23. The stone in the kidnies.
24. To helpe the difficulty in making of water.
25. The stone in the bladder.
26. To ease the paine of the Chollick.
27. The Bloudie-Flux or Dysenterie.
28. Against difficulties in Child bearing.
29. To provoke the tearmes and secondine, or after-birth.
30. To stop the immoderate Flux of the tearmes, and to contract the mouth of the Matrice.
31. To helpe chops in the feete.
32. To cure the Hemoroides.
33. To helpe all paines in the ioynts.
34. Tertian Agues.
35. Quartane Agues.
36. To take away all markes of the small Pox.
37. To cure the Kings evill.
38. To heale all wounds.
39. To cure the Scab and Leprosie.
40. To take away all Cornes on the feete.
41. For Cankers.
42. Against Fistulaes.
43. A preservative against the Gowt in the feete.
To know whether one that is sick shall live or die.
An admirable Secret to preserue vs al∣wayes in health, often vsed by Charles the fifth.