Published in 1687, near the end of Ent’s lifetime, the ''Opera Omnia Medico-Physica'' (''All Medical-Physical Works'') contains a collection of Ent’s works.
Ent’s nonscientific works include a range of topics. ''The Grounds of Unity in Religion'' comments on the relationship of the English government and the [[Church of England]], discussing the position of people of different faiths with the political and religious framework. ''The Manner of Hatching Chicken at Cairo'', on which he collaborated with [[John Graves]], describes a method of using heat from ovens to force eggs to hatch.
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