APA Citation

Nausea, F., & Fleming, A. (1577). Of all blasing starrs in generall, as well supernaturall as naturall, to what countrie or people so euer they appeare in the world vniuersall. The iudgement of the right reuerend Frederike Nause, Bishop of Vienna. Written and dedicated to the most high and puissaunt Emperour Ferdinand. Translated out of Latine into English, by Abraham Fleming. Imprinted at London: [By H. Middleton?] for Thomas Woodcocke.

Chicago Style Citation

Nausea, Friedrich, and Abraham Fleming. Of All Blasing Starrs in Generall, As Well Supernaturall As Naturall, to What Countrie or People so Euer They Appeare in the World Vniuersall. The Iudgement of the Right Reuerend Frederike Nause, Bishop of Vienna. Written and Dedicated to the Most High and Puissaunt Emperour Ferdinand. Translated Out of Latine Into English, By Abraham Fleming. Imprinted at London: [By H. Middleton?] for Thomas Woodcocke, 1577.

MLA Citation

Nausea, Friedrich, and Abraham Fleming. Of All Blasing Starrs in Generall, As Well Supernaturall As Naturall, to What Countrie or People so Euer They Appeare in the World Vniuersall. The Iudgement of the Right Reuerend Frederike Nause, Bishop of Vienna. Written and Dedicated to the Most High and Puissaunt Emperour Ferdinand. Translated Out of Latine Into English, By Abraham Fleming. Imprinted at London: [By H. Middleton?] for Thomas Woodcocke, 1577.

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