The book of palmestry and physiognomy : Being brief introductions, both natural, pleasant, and delectable, unto the art of chiromancy, or manual divination, and physiognomy: with circumstances upon the faces of the signes. Also, canons or rules upon diseases, or sicknesses. Whereunto is also annexed, as well the artificial as naturall astrologie, with the nature of the planets. Written in Latine, by John Indagine priest, and translated into English by Fabian Withers

Johannes ab Indagine, Fabian Withers London : printed by R. Ibbitson, for Ed. Blackmore, at the Angel in Paul's Church yard, 1656

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