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Castel of helth

By Elyot, Thomas

subjects: diet,

  • 1. The castel of helth gathered and made by Syr Thomas Elyot knyghte, out of the chiefe authors of physyke, wherby euery manne may knowe the state of his owne body, the preseruatio[n] of helthe, and how to instructe welle his physytion in syckenes that he be not deceyued; Castell of helthe
    Thomas Berthelet   1534

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    see also PR 7642.5

  • 2. — The castel of helth gathered and made by Syr Thomas Elyot knyghte, out of the chiefe authors of physyke, wherby euery manne may knowe the state of his owne body, the preseruatio[n] of helthe, and how to instructe welle his physytion in syckenes that he be not deceyued
    Thomas Berthelet   1534

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    World CAT note: 1534 [i.e. Anno. M.D. XXXIX [1539]]

  • 3. — The Ca = / stel of Helth / Gathered and /Made by Syr Tho= / mas Elyot knyghte, out of / the chiefe Authors of Phy= / syke, wherby every manne / may knowe the state of his / owne body, the preserva= / tio of helth, and how / to instructe welle / his physytion / in sycke= / nes / that he be not / deceyved. /
    Thomas Berthelet   1539
    foliated [8] 1-88   8o A8 AL8 [ A8: from 1534 printingχ]
    GB:   LB  

    Dedication [Aii] to Thomas Cromwell Lord Privy Seal.
    Table to folio [Aiiii-viv]

    See other editions in PR 7642.5 - 7657

  • 4. — The Ca = /stel of Health / corrected / and / in some places augmented, / by the fyrste author / thereof, Syr Thomas / Elyot knyght, / the yere of / oure Lord / 1541
    Thomas Berthelet   1541
    4o A-Z4 a-b4

    Sourced from NY: Scholar's facsimile & rpt.

  • 5. — The castel of helth corrected and in some places augmented, by the fyrst author therof, syr Thomas Elyot knyght, the yere of our lorde 1541.
    Thomas Berthelet   1547

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  • 6. — The castel of health. Corrected and in some place augmented, by the fyrst author therof, syr Thomas Elyot, knyght, the yeare of oure lord.
    Thomas Marshe   [1561?]

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