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Un-natural history, or Myths of ancient science : being a collection of curious tracts on the basilisk, unicorn, phoenix, behemoth or leviathan, dragon, giant spider, tarantula, chameleons, satyrs, homines caudati, &c.

Author: Edmund Goldsmid; Georg Kaspar Kirchmayer; Hermann Grube; Isaac Schoock
Publisher: Edinburgh : Privately printed, 1886.
Series: Collectanea adamantaea, 15.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
... Un-natural history, or Myths of ancient science.
Edinburgh Priv. Print., 1886
(OCoLC)607171387
Named Person: Martinus Schoock; Martinus Schoock
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edmund Goldsmid; Georg Kaspar Kirchmayer; Hermann Grube; Isaac Schoock
OCLC Number: 1548480
Notes: Title p. in red and black.
"This edition is limited to 275 small paper copies, and 75 large paper copies."
Introduction includes much information about Martinus Schoock, the father; v. 4 indicates the author is Isaac Schoock, son of Martin.
Description: 4 volumes ; 18 cm.
Contents: v. 1. On the basilisk, by G.C. Kirchmayer. On the unicorn, by G.C. Kirchmayer.--v. 2. On the unicorn, by G.C. Kirchmayer (cont'd.) On the phoenix, by G.C. Kirchmayer. On the behemoth, by G.C. Kirchmayer.--v. 3. The leviathan. On the dragon, by G.C. Kirchmayer. On the spider, by G.C. Kirchmayer. On the sting of the tarantula, by H. Grübe.--v. 4. On chameleons, by I. Schoockius. On bears licking their offspring into perfect shape, by I. Schoockius. On satyre, mermaids, men with tails, etc., by I. Schoockius.
Series Title: Collectanea adamantaea, 15.
Other Titles: Un-natural history
Unnatural history
Myths of ancient science
Responsibility: now first translated from the Latin, and edited, with notes and illustrations, by Edmund Goldsmid ...

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