The Resource De crisibus libri III

De crisibus libri III

Label
De crisibus libri III
Title
De crisibus libri III
Creator
Contributor
Translator
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Citation location within source
  • p. 632
  • pp.12-14
Citation source
  • Hirsch, Rudolf. A Catalogue of the Manuscripts and Archives of the Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, PA: 1983.
  • Kidd, Peter. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in the Library of the College of Physicians, Philadelphia. November 2015.
CitationUri
https://www.academia.edu/19606281/A_Descriptive_Catalogue_of_the_Medieval_Manuscripts_in_the_Library_of_the_College_of_Physicians_Philadelphia
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Galen
Index
no index present
Language note
Latin, medieval
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1113 or 1114-1187
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Gherardo
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • History of Medicine, Ancient
  • Fever
Label
De crisibus libri III
Link
http://penn.stage.diedrick.com/viewer.php?id=10a%20233#page/1/mode/2up
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rda carrier
Content category
text
Content type code
text
Content type MARC source
rda content
Contents
(fols.1r–31r) “ Incipit liber periseos. Ego non intendo in hoc meo libro determinare secundum quam intentionem cadat nomen crisis ... et sensus sufficiunt. isti tres tractatus et non est necessarius tractatus quartus. / Expletus est tractatus libri .G.[alieni] de crisi. cum quo finitur liber.” (Thorndike & Kibre 490); Books II and III beginning on fols.13v and 22v; fol.31v blank (unruled)
Dimensions
240x116mm;
Extent
35 leaves: ii + 31 + ii
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rda media
Media type code
n
Ownership
1. Written and decorated in France in the 13th century; the text is written ‘above top line’, suggesting the first half of the century, but the penflourishing of the first initial could be of the second half. 2. Handwritten description in purple ink on a slip of paper stuck to the first flyleaf: “... The MS is carefully written in the XIII th century probably in Italy ... The text is the Latin translation by Gerardus Cremonensis and generally agrees with the printed edition in Primi voluminis Galeni quinta impressio. Venetiis (Giunta) 1522 f.239 v –258”, annotated in pencil “(Dr. Bertalot’s description of the MS)”; another note on printed notepaper of “Dr. David Riesman / 1520 Spruce Street / Philadelphia”, signed “D.R.” and dated [?]/29/40, addressed to “Dear M c Daniel” (i.e. W.B. McDaniel, Librarian from 1933 to 1953), begins “Dr. Rosenbach thinks $150 a reasonable price for the Galen MS.” (fol.ir), i.e. Dr. A.S.W. Rosenbach (1876–1952), renowned Philadelphia book dealer. 3. Dean Putnam Lockwood (1883–1965), professor of Latin at Haverford College (see below). 4. College of Physicians: Library bookplate with stamped accession date “JUL 9,1941” and typed notes “Library General Account.” and “$ 125.00” (front pastedown); inscribed in pencil “Purchased through Mr. Dean P. Lockwood” (fol.iir, inner margin).
Physical substance
parchment;
Physical support
bound in modern half leather and marbled paper over pasteboards
Label
De crisibus libri III
Link
http://penn.stage.diedrick.com/viewer.php?id=10a%20233#page/1/mode/2up
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rda carrier
Content category
text
Content type code
text
Content type MARC source
rda content
Contents
(fols.1r–31r) “ Incipit liber periseos. Ego non intendo in hoc meo libro determinare secundum quam intentionem cadat nomen crisis ... et sensus sufficiunt. isti tres tractatus et non est necessarius tractatus quartus. / Expletus est tractatus libri .G.[alieni] de crisi. cum quo finitur liber.” (Thorndike & Kibre 490); Books II and III beginning on fols.13v and 22v; fol.31v blank (unruled)
Dimensions
240x116mm;
Extent
35 leaves: ii + 31 + ii
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rda media
Media type code
n
Ownership
1. Written and decorated in France in the 13th century; the text is written ‘above top line’, suggesting the first half of the century, but the penflourishing of the first initial could be of the second half. 2. Handwritten description in purple ink on a slip of paper stuck to the first flyleaf: “... The MS is carefully written in the XIII th century probably in Italy ... The text is the Latin translation by Gerardus Cremonensis and generally agrees with the printed edition in Primi voluminis Galeni quinta impressio. Venetiis (Giunta) 1522 f.239 v –258”, annotated in pencil “(Dr. Bertalot’s description of the MS)”; another note on printed notepaper of “Dr. David Riesman / 1520 Spruce Street / Philadelphia”, signed “D.R.” and dated [?]/29/40, addressed to “Dear M c Daniel” (i.e. W.B. McDaniel, Librarian from 1933 to 1953), begins “Dr. Rosenbach thinks $150 a reasonable price for the Galen MS.” (fol.ir), i.e. Dr. A.S.W. Rosenbach (1876–1952), renowned Philadelphia book dealer. 3. Dean Putnam Lockwood (1883–1965), professor of Latin at Haverford College (see below). 4. College of Physicians: Library bookplate with stamped accession date “JUL 9,1941” and typed notes “Library General Account.” and “$ 125.00” (front pastedown); inscribed in pencil “Purchased through Mr. Dean P. Lockwood” (fol.iir, inner margin).
Physical substance
parchment;
Physical support
bound in modern half leather and marbled paper over pasteboards

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