Anthropometamorphosis: man transform'd: or, The artificiall changling, historically presented, in the mad and cruel gallantry, foolish bravery, ridiculous beauty, filthy finenesse, and loathsome loveliness of most nations, fashioning and altering their bodies from the mould intended by nature; with figures of those transformations. To which artificial and affected deformations are added, all the native and national monstrosities that have appeared to disfigure the humane fabrick. With a vindication of the regular beauty and honesty of nature.
|Main Author:||J. B. 1606-1656.|
London, Printed by W. Hunt, 1653.
Manners and customs.
, 559,  p.,  leaves of plates :
port., ill. ;
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