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The Resource Liber de oculo morali

Liber de oculo morali

Label
Liber de oculo morali
Title
Liber de oculo morali
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Summary
Mainly an ethical treatise on the eye, which contains a physical description of the eye and some of its diseases. Often considered to be the first printed ophthalmological treatise, although this is not its primary focus
Cataloging source
PPC
Citation location within source
  • V, p. 426 (IA. 23376)
  • P-358
  • J-392
Citation source
  • BM 15th cent.
  • BSB-Ink.
  • Goff
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
d. 1306
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Peter
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • d. 1292
  • fl. 1482-1509
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Peckham, John
  • Hamman, Johannes
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Christian ethics
  • Eye
  • Ophthalmology
  • Eye
  • Eye Diseases
  • Ophthalmology
  • Cassanata, Girolamo [Bookstamp] (CPP)
  • Cassanata, Girolamo [Former Owner] (CPP)
  • Paget, Arthur [Autograph] (CPP)
  • Paget, Arthur [Former Owner] (CPP)
  • Davis & Orioli (Firm) [Booksellers] (CPP)
  • Jesuits (Italy) [Former Owner] (CPP)
Label
Liber de oculo morali
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Frequently wronged ascribed to Johannes de Peckham. Actually written by Peter of Limoges, also known as Petrus Lacepiera, who is named in the colophon. Cf. Sarton, G. Introduction to the history of science, II, pt. 2, 1931, p. 1029 and Neuhauser, R. "Nature's moral eye: Peter of Limoges' Tractatus moralis de oculo, " in Man and Nature in the Middle Ages, 1995. p. 125-127
  • Imprint from Goff
  • Colophon reads: Explicit Liber de oculo morali: editus ab eximio sacrarum litteraru[m] professore magistro P. Lacepiera [et]c[etera]. summa cum dilige[n]tia reuisus: atq[ue] omni menda detersus: Impressus Venetijs per Ioanne[m] hertzog alemanu[m] Anno christianissime natiuitatis post millesimu[m] quarterq[ue] centesimu[m] nonagesimosexto. Kalendas Aprilis
  • Signatures: [a]€ b-h€
  • Chancery octavo, text printed in 2 columns; 35 lines; col. width: 37 mm.; area of text: 116 x 78 mm. With ornamental woodcut and lombard initials, printed paragraph marks; without foliation and catchwords. Rubrication not called for
  • Includes a woodcut illustration (76 x 74 mm.) on the title leaf of the author preaching to a group of men and women
Control code
000099910
Dimensions
15 cm. (8vo).
Extent
[64] leaves
Note
  • With the ms. ownership inscription of Arthur Paget, dated 1859, on an inserted leaf facing the title leaf. Early ms. ownership inscription on title leaf: Tomus Prof. Rom. Soc. Jesu ex legato Epis. Jacynthij Bib. con. Stamp at bottom of title leaf reads: Bibliothe[c]a Card. H. Casan. D. O. Pred. [Cardinal Girolamo Cassanata].
  • Acquired by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia from Davis & Orioli, prior to 2 Dec. 1921.
  • Bound in full blind-tooled brown calf, with gold-stamped edges and spine; textblock edges stained red. Front board detached; housed in brown buckram clamshell box.
  • Leaf size: 146 x 100 mm.
  • Photostat available.
  • COLL. PHYSICIANS:
  • Inscribed on flyleaf: "Arthur Paget, Rome, 1859."
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 99910
  • 99964
  • (OCoLC)ocm19562846
Label
Liber de oculo morali
Publication
Note
  • Frequently wronged ascribed to Johannes de Peckham. Actually written by Peter of Limoges, also known as Petrus Lacepiera, who is named in the colophon. Cf. Sarton, G. Introduction to the history of science, II, pt. 2, 1931, p. 1029 and Neuhauser, R. "Nature's moral eye: Peter of Limoges' Tractatus moralis de oculo, " in Man and Nature in the Middle Ages, 1995. p. 125-127
  • Imprint from Goff
  • Colophon reads: Explicit Liber de oculo morali: editus ab eximio sacrarum litteraru[m] professore magistro P. Lacepiera [et]c[etera]. summa cum dilige[n]tia reuisus: atq[ue] omni menda detersus: Impressus Venetijs per Ioanne[m] hertzog alemanu[m] Anno christianissime natiuitatis post millesimu[m] quarterq[ue] centesimu[m] nonagesimosexto. Kalendas Aprilis
  • Signatures: [a]€ b-h€
  • Chancery octavo, text printed in 2 columns; 35 lines; col. width: 37 mm.; area of text: 116 x 78 mm. With ornamental woodcut and lombard initials, printed paragraph marks; without foliation and catchwords. Rubrication not called for
  • Includes a woodcut illustration (76 x 74 mm.) on the title leaf of the author preaching to a group of men and women
Control code
000099910
Dimensions
15 cm. (8vo).
Extent
[64] leaves
Note
  • With the ms. ownership inscription of Arthur Paget, dated 1859, on an inserted leaf facing the title leaf. Early ms. ownership inscription on title leaf: Tomus Prof. Rom. Soc. Jesu ex legato Epis. Jacynthij Bib. con. Stamp at bottom of title leaf reads: Bibliothe[c]a Card. H. Casan. D. O. Pred. [Cardinal Girolamo Cassanata].
  • Acquired by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia from Davis & Orioli, prior to 2 Dec. 1921.
  • Bound in full blind-tooled brown calf, with gold-stamped edges and spine; textblock edges stained red. Front board detached; housed in brown buckram clamshell box.
  • Leaf size: 146 x 100 mm.
  • Photostat available.
  • COLL. PHYSICIANS:
  • Inscribed on flyleaf: "Arthur Paget, Rome, 1859."
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 99910
  • 99964
  • (OCoLC)ocm19562846

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