JLM GBC 1.12 - Unheard-of curiosities : concerning the talismanical sculpture of the Persians; the horoscope of the patriarkes; and the reading of the stars / written in French, by James Gaffarel ; and Englished by Edmund Chilmead, mr. of arts, and chaplaine of Christ-Church Oxon.

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JLM GBC 1.12 - Unheard-of curiosities : concerning the talismanical sculpture of the Persians; the horoscope of the patriarkes; and the reading of the stars / written in French, by James Gaffarel ; and Englished by Edmund Chilmead, mr. of arts, and chaplaine of Christ-Church Oxon.

Creator

James Gaffarel (author)
Edmund Chilmead (translator)

Publisher

London : Printed by G.D. [i.e., Gartrude Dawson] for Humphrey Moseley, and are to be sold at his shop, at the Princes Armes in St. Pauls Church-Yard., 1650.

Date

1650

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James Gaffarel (author) 1650, JLM GBC 1.12 - Unheard-of curiosities : concerning the talismanical sculpture of the Persians; the horoscope of the patriarkes; and the reading of the stars / written in French, by James Gaffarel ; and Englished by Edmund Chilmead, mr. of arts, and chaplaine of Christ-Church Oxon., London : Printed by G.D. [i.e., Gartrude Dawson] for Humphrey Moseley, and are to be sold at his shop, at the Princes Armes in St. Pauls Church-Yard., 1650.

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James Gaffarel (author) and Edmund Chilmead (translator), “JLM GBC 1.12 - Unheard-of curiosities : concerning the talismanical sculpture of the Persians; the horoscope of the patriarkes; and the reading of the stars / written in French, by James Gaffarel ; and Englished by Edmund Chilmead, mr. of arts, and chaplaine of Christ-Church Oxon.,” Medieval and Early Modern Missouri, accessed June 30, 2022, https://memmo.omeka.net/items/show/7.

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