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The birth of mankynde, otherwyse named the womans booke

by Eucharius Rösslin

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Published by Printed by R[ichard] I[ugge] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Obstetrics

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    StatementNewly set foorth, corrected, and augmented. Whose contentes ye may reade in the table of the booke, and most plainely in the prologue. By Thomas Raynalde physition
    ContributionsRaynalde, Thomas, active 1540-1551
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 unnumbered pages, xxxix, xxxix-Cxxxi leaves, 2 unnumbered leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26480653M

    Probably because of this The Womans Booke was phenomenally popular. It saw at least eleven editions from its first printing in until 6. Introduction to Thomas Reynalde, The Birth of Mankind: Otherwise Named, The Woman’s Book Newly Set forth, Corrected, and Augmented. Whose Contents Ye May Read in the Table of the. The byrth of mankynde, otherwyse named The womans booke. [London: Tho. Ray[nalde]], The byrth of mankind is an English translation of Eucharius Rösslin’s Rosegarten, an obstetrical text first published in German in Widely read and translated, the Rosegarten was written for midwives and contains the earliest obstetrical woodcuts.

      In England, Rösslin's book and his birth figures dominated the sixteenth century, Raynalde's translation going through 12 editions between and Rüff’s book, on the other hand, was only translated into English in , and saw only one edition. The Byrth of Mankynde, Otherwyse Named the Womans Booke, T. Raynalde (trans Author: Rebecca Whiteley. Raynalde, in The Byrth of Mankynde, otherwyse named the Womans Booke (London, ), writes, "The necke of thys wombe, otherwyse called the womans privitie, we wyll call the wombe passage, or the privie passage" (fol. vii recto). John Sadler explains in The Sicke Womans Private.

    For undergraduate students there is no ideal book on obstetrics. Some of the smaller books - for example, Lecture Notes on Obstetrics, Student Notes on Obstetrics and Gynaecology - tend to issue. Among the texts displayed were The Byrth of Mankynde, otherwyse named the Womans Booke, published in and one of the earliest books written in English on pregnancy and childbirth; a edition of John Gerard’s The Herball or Generall historie of plantes; plague orders issued by the Privy Council under Queen Elizabeth I in ; and a.


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Limited Edition of 3, copies. Full leather bound, all edges gilt, marbled end papers, ribbed spine. The birth of mankynde: otherwyse named the womans booke. by Rösslin, Eucharius, Rösslin, E.

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Between andThe Byrth of Mankynde was a huge commercial success. Offering information on fertility, pregnancy, birth, and infant care, and written in a chatty, colloquial style, it influenced most other literary works of the period bearing on sex, reproduction, and childcare.

Until now, this important work has been unavailable except for a microfilm of the edition. Between andThe Byrth of Mankynde was a huge commercial success. Offering information on fertility, pregnancy, birth, and infant care, and written in a chatty, colloquial style, it influenced most other literary works of the period bearing on sex, reproduction, and childcare/5(3).

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Offering information on fertility, pregnancy, birth, and infant care, and written in a chatty, colloquial style, it influenced most other literary works of the period bearing on sex, reproduction, and : Elaine Hobby. The byrth of mankynde: otherwyse named the womans booke whose conte[n]tes ye maye rede in the table of the booke and most playnly in the prologue Birth of mankind | Womans booke Translation of Rösslin's Swangern Frawen und hebammen Rosegarten from the Latin (De partu hominis).

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Title Page of ‘The byrth of mankynde, otherwyse named The womans booke ’ Wellcome Images L The Birth of Mankind, otherwise named the Woman’s book was the most important English language work on midwifery in the 16th century. The birth of mankind The byrth of mankynde, o therwyse called the womans booke was the first book on pregnancy and childbirth printed in English.

It was based on The rose garden for pregnant women and midwives of by the German physician Eucharius Rösslin (d), and was first translated into English by Richard Jonas in The book remained in print well into the 17th century, and initiated the production of many more midwifery books and birth figures.

Illustration of the female torso copied from Vesalius: EPB//B: The byrth of mankynde, otherwyse named the womans booke (London: By Tho. The birth of mankynde, otherwyse named the womans booke Newly set foorth, corrected, and augmented.

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A propre new book of cookery declaryng what maner of meates bee best in ceason for all tymes of ye yere and how thei ought to bee dressed and serued at the table bothe for fleshe daies and fisshe daies. The byrth of mankynde, otherwyse named the womans booke. London: Tho. University of Glasgow, Hillhead Street, G12 8QE, Scotland, United.

Thomas Raynalde, The Birth of mankynde, otherwise named the womans booke (London, ), A2 r. © British Library Board (d7). Yet, despite the worries expressed in the prologue, which Ward picked up on, Raynalde says he wants his work to be lent to by: 3. Thomas Raynalde (fl. –) was an English physician, known as the translator or editor of Eucharius Rösslin 's De Partu Hominis.

The translation was published as The Byrth of Mankynde, otherwyse named The Womans Booke (often referred to as. English. Title(s): The birth of mankynde, otherwyse named The womans booke/ newely set foorth, corrected, and augmented. Whose contentes ye may reade in the table of the booke, and most playnely in the prologue.

By Thomas Raynalde phisition. The “Byrth of Mankynde.” Article in BJOG An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology 12(3) - August with 4 Reads How we measure 'reads'.The Birth Dearth book.

Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Birth Dearth book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. One of the earliest explicitly pro-natalist books, Wattenberg does an excellent job of laying out the problems with too few babies and how we could address the problem/5.Thomas Raynalde, The Birth of Mankynde, otherwyse named the womans booke, James Guillimeau, The Nursing of Children, The Problems of Aristotle, Jane Sharp, The Compleat Midwife's Companion, Or the Art of Mimdwifry Improv'd, 3rd ed., (from the Body in Parts--Carla Mazzi) Roberts, K.B.

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