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"The accurtations of sir Raimond Lullye, knight", early 16th century

MS. Rawl. B. 306, fol. 1
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Beg. "Raymonde Lullye, knight, a most famous philosopher sayeth that the owld philosophers concluded and agreed altogethers in one to doe that thinge by arte aboue thearthe" and end. "— yf you may have the grace of God trewlye to understand the workinge heareof, as yt is before declared and taught. God graunt it you. Swete Jesus, Amen."


  • Creation: early 16th century


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Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Rawl. B. 306, fol. 1


  • An abridged Latin version is printed in Combach's edition of Ripley's Opera , in octavo. Cassellis, 1649, pp. 366, 420, under the title of "Accurtationes et practicæ Raymundinæ."


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