Astonishingly a curtailed text of "->Nosce teipsum (1599)" of the other John Davies ("Sir"JD ) printed 1653 under a new Title "A work for none but Angels & Men" (without mentioning any author) contains allegorical copper engravings of the 3 virtues ("Understanding", "Will" and "Memorie" s.Faksimile)
Remember that both books ("Nosce teipsum"/"Mirum in modum") and JD of Hereford's "Mirum in Modum" [s.Faksimiles]s.Faksimile][s.Faksimile[s.Faksimiles Blog 301] printed in the same year (1602) are dealing with philosophical aspects of the Trinity of the soul (Sir.J.D."Of the Soule of Man", J.D.of H. "The Soules Shape".(s.Blog 301)
Who else may have had a motive in 1653 to hide his (the author's) name and to invent such a long new title text of the former "Nosce Teipsum" revealing on the title page "that you canst know nothing perfectly, whil'st thou art clouded with this flesh" of the author?
Marlowe living under "false" identities, finally for decades under the name of the bishop son "Tobie Matthew", wrote under a multplicity of Pseudonyms or faked pennames of dead or living indivials , including Shakspere or the double "John Davies" (as absurd as it may sound) , died at an advanced age ( 91) at the English College or House of the Tertians, Ghent, [Belgium] Oct.13th, 1655,