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Medieval woman's guide to health

LC control no.n 85050427
Uniform title headingMedieval woman's guide to health
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Variant(s)English Trotula (For as moche as ther ben manye women)
For as moche as ther ben manye women (Middle English treatise)
Liber Trotularis (For as moche as ther been manye women)
Special noteOne of several interrelated Middle English treatises based on the body of gynecological texts in Latin called "Trotula," after its authoress; sometimes referred to, as apparently are some other versions, as English Trotula.
Found inIts English & English (Middle English). Medieval woman's guide to health, 1981: t.p. (Medieval woman's guide to health; book gives no Middle English title) introd. edited from ms. BL Sloane 2463; also found in Sloane 249 and in ms. 129a.i.5 of the Royal College of Surgeons) p. 58 (text begins: For as moche as ther ben manye women ...)
Ker, N.R. Medieval mss. in British libraries: v. 1 (1969), p. 229 (Royal College of Surgeons of England ms. 129a.i.5: Trotula, etc., in English; begins: Hic incipit Liber Trotularis. For as muche as there ben many women ...; "an English translation of Trotula minor" [erroneous statement])
Not found inIndex to the Sloane mss. in the British Museum, 1904; The "Sekenesse of wymmen," 1982.