Robert Fludd and His Philosophicall Key; Being a Transcription of the Manuscript at Trinity College, Cambridge. Primary Sources from the Scientific Revolution. Allen G. Robert Fludd DEBUS, and Introduction.
Robert Fludd and His Philosophicall Key; Being a Transcription of the Manuscript at Trinity College, Cambridge. Primary Sources from the Scientific Revolution

Robert Fludd and His Philosophicall Key; Being a Transcription of the Manuscript at Trinity College, Cambridge. Primary Sources from the Scientific Revolution

New York, NY: Science History Publications, 1979. First edition. Hardcover. Small Quarto. xii + 156 pp. Quarter maroon cloth w/ black cloth boards, gilt title, etc. to spine and front cover, silver illustration on front cover. Frontispiece and B&W, illustrations. A typeset version of the text of Fludd's "A Philosophicall Key" transcribed from the manuscript at Trinity College, Cambridge, by the renowned scholar Allan Debus. The transcription is preceded by a lengthy (50 page) Introduction examining Fludd's life, the initial reaction to the "Declaratio Brevis" and "A Philosophicall Key" and an overview of Fludd and Seventeenth Century Science. Light shelf dust, otherwise a fine copy. No dustjacket, none issued. Item #62358
ISBN: 0882020374

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