Geoffrey of Monmouth’s History of the Kings of Britain,
Dee’s research often combined mathematics, alchemy, astrology, and Hermetic philosophy.
century, Tibet, Iron with gold inlay. A beautifuly crafted device .
Wynkyn de Worde’s printer’s device. The central glyph is taken from the printer’s mark of his former master, William Caxton. Cronycles of Englonde, and also the descripcyon of Englonde
John Dee’s Monas Hieroglyphica
Robert Record, Castle of Knowledge
Pietro Duodo’s copy of “Amadis de Gaula” bound in the olive-brown leather for literary works.
Colophon of Cronycles of Englonde Wynkyn de Worde was the first printer to set up shop in Fleet Street, which remains to this day a central hub of printing and book production.