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[A]ntidotarius Nicolai medicinalis cum omnibus suis receptis Incipit feliciter

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[A]ntidotarius Nicolai medicinalis cum omnibus suis receptis Incipit feliciter
Title
[A]ntidotarius Nicolai medicinalis cum omnibus suis receptis Incipit feliciter
Title variation
Antidotarius Nicolai medicinalis cum omnibus suis receptis incipit feliciter
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Related
Member of
Cataloging source
PPC
Citation location within source
  • N-163
  • N-139
  • N-90
  • 11763*
  • 703.6; 680.10
  • no. UKBYIN00163000-E
Citation source
  • Goff
  • BSB-Ink.
  • BN cat. des incun.
  • Hain
  • Klebs
  • ISTC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
12th cent
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Nicolaus
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • d. 1013?
  • 13th cent
  • 1447-1510
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Pseudo-Mesuë
  • Abū al-Qāsim Khalaf ibn ʻAbbās al-Zahrāwī
  • Theobaldus, Johannes
  • Marcus
  • Abraham ben Shem-Tob
  • Simon
  • Prüss, Johann
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Materia medica, Vegetable
  • Herbs
  • Botany, Medical
  • Herbals
  • Medicinal plants
  • Pharmacology
  • Formularies
  • Hough, John Stockton, 1845-1900 [Former Owner] (CPP)
  • Stockton-Hough Library [Bookplate] (CPP)
  • Stockton-Hough Library [Bookstamp] (CPP)
  • Stockton-Hough Library [Collection] (CPP)
  • Baker, George Fales, 1863-1929 [Donor] (CPP)
Label
[A]ntidotarius Nicolai medicinalis cum omnibus suis receptis Incipit feliciter
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Contains the texts of: Nicolaus Salernitanus's Antidotarium (leaves [1]-[24]); Pseudo-Mesuë's Antidotarium (or Grabadin), edited by Johannes Theobaldus and Marcus de Papia (leaves [25]-[67]); and Abulcasis's Liber servitoris de praeparatione medicinarum simplicium (the 28th treatise of Taṣrīf li-man ʻajiza ʻan al-taʼlīf), translated by Abraham Tortuosiensis and edited by Simon Genuensis (leaves [68]-[96])
  • Title from incipit on leaf [1]
  • Imprint supplied from ISTC; BSB-Ink dates ca. 1478
  • Signatures: [a-h€ i♯ k-m€ n♯] (leaves c8 and n4 blank)
  • Chancery folio, printed in double columns. Leaf [2]r: 39 lines; area of text: 191 x 131 mm.; col. width: 58 mm. Initial spaces. Without foliation, signatures or catchwords
  • Incipit of the Pseudo-Mesuë text (leaf [25]) reads: Iohannis Mesue Grabadin Incipit Quod est aggregatio [et] antidotarium electuariorum et co[n]fectionum
  • Incipit of the Abulcasis text (leaf [68]) reads: Liber seruitoris de preparac[i]onibus medicina[rum] ta[m] lapidu[m] mineraliu[m] q[uam] radicu[m] pla[n]ta[rum] ac etia[m] medici[n]a[rum] ex a[n]i[m]alib[us] su[m]pta[rum] cu[m] eo[rum] abluc[i]one adustione [con]fect[i]one et reseruac[i]o[n]e Incipit feliciter
Control code
000099948
Dimensions
30 cm. (fol.).
Extent
[96] leaves (leaves [24] and [96] blank)
Note
  • College of Physicians of Philadelphia copy misbound and imperfect: the text of the Pseudo-Mesuë (leaves [25]-[67]) is bound before the Salernitanus; leaf [24] (blank), and all after leaf [92], including the final blank, wanting. The top margin on leaf [1] and the initial on leaf [2] have been cut out and mended with blank paper; a few other tears to the leaves. Wormholes throughout. Bibliographic description and collation supplied from BSB-Ink. and Hain.
  • Rubrication: first six leaves of the Nicolaus Salernitanus have initials and paragraph marks supplied in alternating red and blue, and capital strokes supplied in red.
  • The pattern of the wormholes and the rubrication (present only on the first six leaves) suggest that the first six leaves of the Salernitanus originally belonged to another copy of this edition.
  • A few initials and fists supplied by a reader; vellum finding tabs sewn on leaves.
  • Presented to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia by George Fales Baker, M.D., prior to 18 July 1901. With bibliographic ms. notes by John Stockton-Hough on front free endpaper, and the bookplate and stamp of his library.
  • Bound in one-quarter vellum over cream cloth covered boards; brown morocco label on spine with author, title and date ("ca. 1480") stamped in gold.
  • Leaf size: 286 x 205 mm.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 99948
  • 100002
  • ocm19564395
Label
[A]ntidotarius Nicolai medicinalis cum omnibus suis receptis Incipit feliciter
Publication
Note
  • Contains the texts of: Nicolaus Salernitanus's Antidotarium (leaves [1]-[24]); Pseudo-Mesuë's Antidotarium (or Grabadin), edited by Johannes Theobaldus and Marcus de Papia (leaves [25]-[67]); and Abulcasis's Liber servitoris de praeparatione medicinarum simplicium (the 28th treatise of Taṣrīf li-man ʻajiza ʻan al-taʼlīf), translated by Abraham Tortuosiensis and edited by Simon Genuensis (leaves [68]-[96])
  • Title from incipit on leaf [1]
  • Imprint supplied from ISTC; BSB-Ink dates ca. 1478
  • Signatures: [a-h€ i♯ k-m€ n♯] (leaves c8 and n4 blank)
  • Chancery folio, printed in double columns. Leaf [2]r: 39 lines; area of text: 191 x 131 mm.; col. width: 58 mm. Initial spaces. Without foliation, signatures or catchwords
  • Incipit of the Pseudo-Mesuë text (leaf [25]) reads: Iohannis Mesue Grabadin Incipit Quod est aggregatio [et] antidotarium electuariorum et co[n]fectionum
  • Incipit of the Abulcasis text (leaf [68]) reads: Liber seruitoris de preparac[i]onibus medicina[rum] ta[m] lapidu[m] mineraliu[m] q[uam] radicu[m] pla[n]ta[rum] ac etia[m] medici[n]a[rum] ex a[n]i[m]alib[us] su[m]pta[rum] cu[m] eo[rum] abluc[i]one adustione [con]fect[i]one et reseruac[i]o[n]e Incipit feliciter
Control code
000099948
Dimensions
30 cm. (fol.).
Extent
[96] leaves (leaves [24] and [96] blank)
Note
  • College of Physicians of Philadelphia copy misbound and imperfect: the text of the Pseudo-Mesuë (leaves [25]-[67]) is bound before the Salernitanus; leaf [24] (blank), and all after leaf [92], including the final blank, wanting. The top margin on leaf [1] and the initial on leaf [2] have been cut out and mended with blank paper; a few other tears to the leaves. Wormholes throughout. Bibliographic description and collation supplied from BSB-Ink. and Hain.
  • Rubrication: first six leaves of the Nicolaus Salernitanus have initials and paragraph marks supplied in alternating red and blue, and capital strokes supplied in red.
  • The pattern of the wormholes and the rubrication (present only on the first six leaves) suggest that the first six leaves of the Salernitanus originally belonged to another copy of this edition.
  • A few initials and fists supplied by a reader; vellum finding tabs sewn on leaves.
  • Presented to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia by George Fales Baker, M.D., prior to 18 July 1901. With bibliographic ms. notes by John Stockton-Hough on front free endpaper, and the bookplate and stamp of his library.
  • Bound in one-quarter vellum over cream cloth covered boards; brown morocco label on spine with author, title and date ("ca. 1480") stamped in gold.
  • Leaf size: 286 x 205 mm.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 99948
  • 100002
  • ocm19564395

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