Author:John Caius

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John Caius
(1510–1573)
English physician and scholar
John Caius

Works[edit]

  • Annals of the College from 1555 to 1572
  • De Mendeti Methodo (Basel, 1554; London, 1556, Svo)
  • Account of the Sweating Sickness in England (De Ephemera Britannica), London, 1556, 1721.
  • History of the University of Cambridge (Historia Cantabrigiensis Academiae), London, 1568, 8vo; 1574, 4to.
  • De Thermis Britannicis; but it is doubtful whether this work was ever printed
  • Of Some Rare Plants and Animals (London, 1570)
  • Of Englishe Dogges (De Canibus Britannicis), 1570, 1729.
  • De Pronunciatione Graecae et Latinae Linguae (London, 1574)
  • De Libris propriis (London, 1570).

Works about Caius[edit]


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