John of Eschenden  was a fourteenth-century English astrologer. He was supposed to have predicted the onset of the Black Death. He also was one of those applying astrological techniques to the Apocalypse. Eschenden's reputation was assured by the 1489 publication of the Summa astrologiae judicialis (Summa Anglicana), attributed to him.
- Known also as Joannes Eschuid, Joannis Eschuid, Johannes Eschuid, Johannes Eschuidus, John Eschuid, John Eschenden, Giovanni di Eschenden
- This PDF on Apocalyptic calculators by Laura Smoller, note on p.3.
- Editor Johannes Lucilius Santritter. Text (as Summae anglicanae de astrologiae pronosticationibus) available as online PDF scan.