APA Citation

Dodoens, R., & Lyte, H. (1586). A new herball, or historie of plants: Wherein is contained the whole discourse and perfect description of all sorts of herbes and plants: their diuers and sundrie kindes: their names, natures, operations, & vertues: and that not onely of those which are heere growing in this our countrie of England but of all others also of forraine realms commonly vsed in physicke. First set foorth in the Douch or Almaigne toong, by that learned D. Rembert Dodoens, phisition to the Emperor: and now first translated out of French into English, by Henrie Lyte Esquire. Imprinted at London: By Ninian Newton.

Chicago Style Citation

Dodoens, Rembert, and Henry Lyte. A New Herball, or Historie of Plants: Wherein Is Contained the Whole Discourse and Perfect Description of All Sorts of Herbes and Plants: Their Diuers and Sundrie Kindes: Their Names, Natures, Operations, & Vertues: And That Not Onely of Those Which Are Heere Growing in This Our Countrie of England but of All Others Also of Forraine Realms Commonly Vsed in Physicke. First Set Foorth in the Douch or Almaigne Toong, By That Learned D. Rembert Dodoens, Phisition to the Emperor: And Now First Translated Out of French Into English, By Henrie Lyte Esquire. Imprinted at London: By Ninian Newton, 1586.

MLA Citation

Dodoens, Rembert, and Henry Lyte. A New Herball, or Historie of Plants: Wherein Is Contained the Whole Discourse and Perfect Description of All Sorts of Herbes and Plants: Their Diuers and Sundrie Kindes: Their Names, Natures, Operations, & Vertues: And That Not Onely of Those Which Are Heere Growing in This Our Countrie of England but of All Others Also of Forraine Realms Commonly Vsed in Physicke. First Set Foorth in the Douch or Almaigne Toong, By That Learned D. Rembert Dodoens, Phisition to the Emperor: And Now First Translated Out of French Into English, By Henrie Lyte Esquire. Imprinted at London: By Ninian Newton, 1586.

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