Decorated with beautiful figures engraved in copper, illustrated with poetic tableaux, and explained, to the end that the eyes and the mind are not only regaled but also induced to a profound contemplation of natural things.

In this form it can also be conveniently used as an album for friends to inscribe their autographs.

Written by M. Daniel Stoltzius von Stoltzenberg, Boh. Candidate of Medicine.

Translated from the Latin into ordinary German rhymes, by Daniel Meissner von Commonthaw, B.P.L.C.

Frankfort: Publisher: Lucas Jennis: 1624