The wise-mans crown, or, The glory of the rosie-cross : shewing the wonderful power of nature, with the full discovery of the true cœlum terræ, or first matter of metals, and their preparations into incredible medicines or elixirs that cure all diseases in young or old : with the regio lucis, and holy houshold of rosie crucian philosophers / communicated to the world by John Heydon, Gent.

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London : Printed for the author, and are to be sold by Samuel Speed ..., 1664-65.

Physical description

3 volumes : portrait

References note

Wing H1677 (book I)
Wing H1667A (book II)


The t.p. of book II reads: Hammaguleh hampaaneah, or, The rosie crucian crown. London : Printed by P.L. for Samuel Speed, 1665; the t.p. of book III reads: Hampaaneah hammegulleh, or, The rosie crucian crown / by Eugenius Theodidactus [pseud.]. London : Printed for the author, 1664. "The life of John Heydon" by Frederick Talbot is at the beginning of book I.
Books I and II are paged continuously.
Reproduction of original in Folger Library.

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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 104:3) s1999 miun s



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