De secretis mulierum libellus, scholiis auctus, & amendis repurgatus ... Item de mirabilibus mundi .
This text forms part of a long literary tradition referred to as the "Secrets of Women." Early versions date from the 13th century and were attributed falsely to the theologian Albertus Magnus. The texts are concerned with women's fertility and reproduction. By the time this edition was printed in 1571, physicians no longer relied on its explanations of gynecology. However, the text was still a resource for clergy who drew from it ideas about women's imperfect natures. The text is bound with a copy of Aristotle's Problemata.