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The Resource Opusculu[m] repertorii pronosticon in mutationes aeris tam via astrologica q[uam] metheorologica vti sapie[n]tes experientia comperientes voluerunt p[er]q[uam] vtilissime ordinatu[m] incipit sidere felici [et] primo prohemiu[m]

Opusculu[m] repertorii pronosticon in mutationes aeris tam via astrologica q[uam] metheorologica vti sapie[n]tes experientia comperientes voluerunt p[er]q[uam] vtilissime ordinatu[m] incipit sidere felici [et] primo prohemiu[m]

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Opusculu[m] repertorii pronosticon in mutationes aeris tam via astrologica q[uam] metheorologica vti sapie[n]tes experientia comperientes voluerunt p[er]q[uam] vtilissime ordinatu[m] incipit sidere felici [et] primo prohemiu[m]
Title
Opusculu[m] repertorii pronosticon in mutationes aeris tam via astrologica q[uam] metheorologica vti sapie[n]tes experientia comperientes voluerunt p[er]q[uam] vtilissime ordinatu[m] incipit sidere felici [et] primo prohemiu[m]
Title variation
  • Opusculum repertorii prognosticon in mutationes aeris tam via astrologica quam metheorologica uti sapientes experientia comperientes voluerunt perquam utilisssime ordinatum incipit sidere felici et primo prohemium
  • Prognosticon
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Contributor
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Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Related
Member of
Cataloging source
NLM
Citation location within source
  • V, p. 291 (IA. 20544)
  • F-130
  • P-1006
  • 9982
  • 406.1
Citation source
  • BM 15th cent.
  • BSB-Ink.
  • Goff
  • GW
  • Klebs
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Opusculu[m] repertorii pronosticon in mutationes aeris tam via astrologica q[uam] metheorologica vti sapie[n]tes experientia comperientes voluerunt p[er]q[uam] vtilissime ordinatu[m] incipit sidere felici [et] primo prohemiu[m]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Caption title
  • Written by Firmin de Beauval. This seven-part work on meteorology has frequently been confused with the "Prognosticon" from the conjunction of the three major planets (Mars, Jupiter and Saturn) in 1345, which is sometimes attributed to Firmin de Beauval.--Cf. Thorndike, L. A history of magic and experimental science, 1934. Vol. 3, chapter 18. Also cf. Sarton, G. Introduction to the history of science, 1927. Vol. 3, p. 657-659
  • Imprint from Goff
  • Explicit (leaf 45v) reads: Repertoriu[m] de mutatione aeris finit
  • Colophon reads: Impressus est arte ac diligentia mira Erhardi Ratdolt de Augusta Imperante inclyto Johanne Mocenico duce Uenetoru[m]: Anno salutifere incarnationis. 1485. Uenetijs
  • Signatures: a-e€ fl° (a1 blank)
  • Chancery quarto, 39 lines; area of text: 148 x 102 mm. With ornamental woodcut initials, some initial spaces, and printed paragraph marks; without catchwords. Tables
  • Contains the text of Hippocrates's De medicorum astrologia translated by Petrus de Abano (leaves 45v-49r). Incipit on leaf 45v reads: Hyppocratis libellus de medicoru[m] astrologia incipit: a Petro de abbano in latinu[m] traductus
Control code
000146268
Dimensions
20 cm. (4to).
Extent
[1], 49 leaves (first leaf blank)
Note
  • Not rubricated.
  • Table on leaf 4r annotated in ms.
  • Presented to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia by George Fales Baker, M.D. on 18 July 1901; with the bookplate and bookstamp of the J. Stockton Hough Library.
  • Bound in half vellum over marbled paper boards, with gold-stamped spine.
  • Leaf size: 200 x 148 mm.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 146268
  • 149165
  • (OCoLC)ocm31413529
Label
Opusculu[m] repertorii pronosticon in mutationes aeris tam via astrologica q[uam] metheorologica vti sapie[n]tes experientia comperientes voluerunt p[er]q[uam] vtilissime ordinatu[m] incipit sidere felici [et] primo prohemiu[m]
Publication
Note
  • Caption title
  • Written by Firmin de Beauval. This seven-part work on meteorology has frequently been confused with the "Prognosticon" from the conjunction of the three major planets (Mars, Jupiter and Saturn) in 1345, which is sometimes attributed to Firmin de Beauval.--Cf. Thorndike, L. A history of magic and experimental science, 1934. Vol. 3, chapter 18. Also cf. Sarton, G. Introduction to the history of science, 1927. Vol. 3, p. 657-659
  • Imprint from Goff
  • Explicit (leaf 45v) reads: Repertoriu[m] de mutatione aeris finit
  • Colophon reads: Impressus est arte ac diligentia mira Erhardi Ratdolt de Augusta Imperante inclyto Johanne Mocenico duce Uenetoru[m]: Anno salutifere incarnationis. 1485. Uenetijs
  • Signatures: a-e€ fl° (a1 blank)
  • Chancery quarto, 39 lines; area of text: 148 x 102 mm. With ornamental woodcut initials, some initial spaces, and printed paragraph marks; without catchwords. Tables
  • Contains the text of Hippocrates's De medicorum astrologia translated by Petrus de Abano (leaves 45v-49r). Incipit on leaf 45v reads: Hyppocratis libellus de medicoru[m] astrologia incipit: a Petro de abbano in latinu[m] traductus
Control code
000146268
Dimensions
20 cm. (4to).
Extent
[1], 49 leaves (first leaf blank)
Note
  • Not rubricated.
  • Table on leaf 4r annotated in ms.
  • Presented to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia by George Fales Baker, M.D. on 18 July 1901; with the bookplate and bookstamp of the J. Stockton Hough Library.
  • Bound in half vellum over marbled paper boards, with gold-stamped spine.
  • Leaf size: 200 x 148 mm.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 146268
  • 149165
  • (OCoLC)ocm31413529

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