APA Citation

Dodoens, R., & Lyte, H. (1578). A nievve herball, or historie of plantes: Wherin is contayned the vvhole discourse and perfect description of all sortes of herbes and plantes: their diuers [and] sundry kindes: their straunge figures, fashions, and shapes: their names, natures, operations, and vertues: and that not onely of those whiche are here growyng in this our countrie of Englande, but of all others also of forrayne realmes, commonly vsed in physicke. First set foorth in the Doutche or Almaigne tongue, by that learned D. Rembert Dodoens, physition to the Emperour: and nowe first translated out of French into English, by Henry Lyte Esquyer. At London [i.e. Antwerp: Printed by Henry Loë, sold] by my Gerard Dewes, dwelling in Pawles Churchyarde at the signe of the Swanne.

Chicago Style Citation

Dodoens, Rembert, and Henry Lyte. A Nievve Herball, or Historie of Plantes: Wherin Is Contayned the Vvhole Discourse and Perfect Description of All Sortes of Herbes and Plantes: Their Diuers [and] Sundry Kindes: Their Straunge Figures, Fashions, and Shapes: Their Names, Natures, Operations, and Vertues: And That Not Onely of Those Whiche Are Here Growyng in This Our Countrie of Englande, but of All Others Also of Forrayne Realmes, Commonly Vsed in Physicke. First Set Foorth in the Doutche or Almaigne Tongue, By That Learned D. Rembert Dodoens, Physition to the Emperour: And Nowe First Translated Out of French Into English, By Henry Lyte Esquyer. At London [i.e. Antwerp: Printed by Henry Loë, sold] by my Gerard Dewes, dwelling in Pawles Churchyarde at the signe of the Swanne, 1578.

MLA Citation

Dodoens, Rembert, and Henry Lyte. A Nievve Herball, or Historie of Plantes: Wherin Is Contayned the Vvhole Discourse and Perfect Description of All Sortes of Herbes and Plantes: Their Diuers [and] Sundry Kindes: Their Straunge Figures, Fashions, and Shapes: Their Names, Natures, Operations, and Vertues: And That Not Onely of Those Whiche Are Here Growyng in This Our Countrie of Englande, but of All Others Also of Forrayne Realmes, Commonly Vsed in Physicke. First Set Foorth in the Doutche or Almaigne Tongue, By That Learned D. Rembert Dodoens, Physition to the Emperour: And Nowe First Translated Out of French Into English, By Henry Lyte Esquyer. At London [i.e. Antwerp: Printed by Henry Loë, sold] by my Gerard Dewes, dwelling in Pawles Churchyarde at the signe of the Swanne, 1578.

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