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The Resource Artesela

Artesela

Label
Artesela
Title
Artesela
Title variation
Articella, seu Opus artis medicinae
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
  • lat
  • aragrc
  • lat
Cataloging source
JHW
Citation location within source
  • A-1145
  • 2681
  • A-788
  • 910
  • V, p. 493 (IB. 23620)
  • 2446
  • no. UKBYIAO1145000-E
Citation source
  • Goff
  • GW
  • BSB-Ink.
  • IGI
  • BM 15th cent.
  • Walsh, J.E. 15th cent. printed books
  • ISTC
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • fl. 1483-1486
  • 15th cent
  • 809?-873
  • 7th cent
  • fl. 1490-1530
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Argilagnes, Franciscus
  • Vulpe, Gregorius a
  • Ḥunayn ibn Isḥāq al-ʻIbādī
  • Theophilus Protospatharius
  • Hippocrates
  • Galen
  • Pinzi, Filippo
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Medicine, Greek and Roman
  • History of Medicine, Ancient
  • History of Medicine, Ancient
  • Duhring, Louis A. (Louis Adolphus) 1845-1913 [Donor] (CPP)
  • Bell, George [Autograph] (CPP)
  • Cleland, William [Autograph] (CPP)
  • Heaton, John Deakin [Armorial bookplate] (CPP)
  • Voynich, Wilfred Michael, 1865-1930 [Bookseller] (CPP)
Label
Artesela
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Collection of Greek, Roman and Arabic medical essays in Latin, including The Isagoge by Johannitius; De pulsibus and De urinis by Theophilus Philaretus; Aphorisms by Hippocrates, with commentary by Galen, edited by Constantinus Africanus; Prognostica by Hippocrates, with commentary by Galen; De regimine acutorum morborum by Hippocrates, with commentary by Galen; Epidemiae by Hippocrates, with commentary by Johannes Alexandrinus; De natura foetus by Hippocrates, translated by Bartholomaeus de Messina; Liber Tegni by Galen with commentary by Hali; De divisione librorum Galeni by Gentilis Fulginas; De lege by Hippocrates, translated by Arnoldus de Villa Nova; and Iusiurandum by Hippocrates, translated by Petrus Paulus Vergerius
  • Edited, with marginalia, by Gregorius a Vulpe from the edition of Franciscus Argilagnes
  • The texts accompanied by commentary are printed with the commentary surrounding the text
  • Signatures: a-z€ [et]l°
  • Chancery folio, printed in double columns. 61 lines to a full column, plus headline and marginalia. Area of text: 231 (246) x 147 (163) mm.; col. width: 66 mm. (left col.), 74 mm. (right col.). Initial spaces with guide letters. With foliation and signatures; without catchwords. Register and printer's device on leaf [et]9 verso
Control code
000061093
Dimensions
30 cm. (fol.).
Extent
193, [1] leaves
Note
  • Imperfect: small holes on lower corner of title leaf.
  • Without rubrication.
  • With the autographs of George Bell (title leaf) and William Cleland (front free endpaper); armorial bookplate of John Deakin Keaton (front pastedown), and the inscription J. D. H., 1866 on title leaf.
  • Acquired from Voynich and presented to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia through the Louis A. Durhing fund prior to 3 January 1922. With Voynich's typscript description pasted to front free endpaper.
  • Bound in modern one-quarter brown morocco over marbled paper boards; five raised bands on spine, with author, title, and imprint stamped in gold in spine panels; marbled endpapers; red edges.
  • Leaf size: 285 x 195 mm.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 61093
  • 61131
  • ocm13847970
Label
Artesela
Publication
Note
  • Collection of Greek, Roman and Arabic medical essays in Latin, including The Isagoge by Johannitius; De pulsibus and De urinis by Theophilus Philaretus; Aphorisms by Hippocrates, with commentary by Galen, edited by Constantinus Africanus; Prognostica by Hippocrates, with commentary by Galen; De regimine acutorum morborum by Hippocrates, with commentary by Galen; Epidemiae by Hippocrates, with commentary by Johannes Alexandrinus; De natura foetus by Hippocrates, translated by Bartholomaeus de Messina; Liber Tegni by Galen with commentary by Hali; De divisione librorum Galeni by Gentilis Fulginas; De lege by Hippocrates, translated by Arnoldus de Villa Nova; and Iusiurandum by Hippocrates, translated by Petrus Paulus Vergerius
  • Edited, with marginalia, by Gregorius a Vulpe from the edition of Franciscus Argilagnes
  • The texts accompanied by commentary are printed with the commentary surrounding the text
  • Signatures: a-z€ [et]l°
  • Chancery folio, printed in double columns. 61 lines to a full column, plus headline and marginalia. Area of text: 231 (246) x 147 (163) mm.; col. width: 66 mm. (left col.), 74 mm. (right col.). Initial spaces with guide letters. With foliation and signatures; without catchwords. Register and printer's device on leaf [et]9 verso
Control code
000061093
Dimensions
30 cm. (fol.).
Extent
193, [1] leaves
Note
  • Imperfect: small holes on lower corner of title leaf.
  • Without rubrication.
  • With the autographs of George Bell (title leaf) and William Cleland (front free endpaper); armorial bookplate of John Deakin Keaton (front pastedown), and the inscription J. D. H., 1866 on title leaf.
  • Acquired from Voynich and presented to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia through the Louis A. Durhing fund prior to 3 January 1922. With Voynich's typscript description pasted to front free endpaper.
  • Bound in modern one-quarter brown morocco over marbled paper boards; five raised bands on spine, with author, title, and imprint stamped in gold in spine panels; marbled endpapers; red edges.
  • Leaf size: 285 x 195 mm.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 61093
  • 61131
  • ocm13847970

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