Rosa anglica sev Rosa medicinæ Johannis Anglici;
an early modern Irish translation of a section of the mediaeval medical text-book of John of Gaddesden,
edited with introduction, glossary and English version by Winifred Wulff, M. A.
|Main Creator:||John of Gaddesden, 1280?-1361.|
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London, Pub. for the Irish texts society by Simpkin, Marshall, ltd, (1923) 1929.
Irish texts society. [Publications]
v. 25 <1923> 1929
Irish and English on opposite pages.
Irish text is mainly from the Royal Irish academy manuscript, 23 P 20 (a 15th century manuscript)
A translation from Latin into Irish of a considerable portion of the "Rosa anglica," which was probably written in 1314. The English translation of corresponding passages is from the 4th printed edition, Augsburg, 1595.
The introduction includes a list of unpublished Irish medical manuscripts and herbals (p. l-lvi)
Physical description: 5p. ℓ., [ix]-lviii, 434, p. facsim. 23cm.
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