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Hoi Aphorismoi pexikoi te kai emmetroi. Aphorismi, soluti et metrici / Interprete Joanne Heurnio. Metaphrastis, Joanne Frero et Radulpho Wintertono [--Epigrammata regiorum medicinae professorum].
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Aphorisms. Polyglot. 1633
Cantabrigiae : Thomas Buck & Rogerus Daniel, 1633.
14 unnumbered pages, 292 pages; 2 unnumbered pages, 45 pages : title page with woodcut border ; (8vo)
Leaves signed [paragraph sign] 2-3, perhaps inserted, contain Ralph Winterton's dedicatory epistle to William Laud as Bishop of London and Chancellor of Oxford
"Censurae" of six Cambridge professors, dated April 10th-16th, 1633: p. [7-10]
"Epigrammata regiorum medicinae professorum Cantabrigiensis atque Oxoniensis ... in Radulphi Wintertoni metaphrasin nuper editam ... Quibus accedunt epigrammata therapeutica ejusdem": , 45 p. at end, with special title page
The Greek text of book 1, with corresponding Latin translation by Johan van Heurne and Greek metrical version by Ralph Winterton, was published at Cambridge in 1631 under title: Aphorismorum Hippocratis liber primus
John Fryer's Latin metrical version was published in London in 1567 under title: Hippocratis ... Aphorismi versibus scripti. Winterton rendered into Latin verse book 7, aphorisms 60-75, which were omitted by Fryer. Cf. p. 
STC (2nd ed.), 13518