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The Resource Practica noua in medicina : Aggregatoris lugdune[n]sis domini Simphoriani champerij de omnibus morborum generibus ex traditionibus grecorum: latinorum: arabu[m]: penorum ac recentium auctorum: Aurei libri quinq[ue]. Item ejusdem aggregatoris liber de omnibus generibus febrium

Practica noua in medicina : Aggregatoris lugdune[n]sis domini Simphoriani champerij de omnibus morborum generibus ex traditionibus grecorum: latinorum: arabu[m]: penorum ac recentium auctorum: Aurei libri quinq[ue]. Item ejusdem aggregatoris liber de omnibus generibus febrium

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Practica noua in medicina : Aggregatoris lugdune[n]sis domini Simphoriani champerij de omnibus morborum generibus ex traditionibus grecorum: latinorum: arabu[m]: penorum ac recentium auctorum: Aurei libri quinq[ue]. Item ejusdem aggregatoris liber de omnibus generibus febrium
Title
Practica noua in medicina
Title remainder
Aggregatoris lugdune[n]sis domini Simphoriani champerij de omnibus morborum generibus ex traditionibus grecorum: latinorum: arabu[m]: penorum ac recentium auctorum: Aurei libri quinq[ue]. Item ejusdem aggregatoris liber de omnibus generibus febrium
Title variation
Practica nova in medicina
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Cataloging source
NLM
Citation location within source
  • v. 35 (1942), p. 314
  • 99
  • C-255
  • C-422
  • VI, col. 420 [16th cent.]
  • 39
  • 269.1
  • 147
  • 937
Citation source
  • BM
  • BM STC French, 1470-1600
  • BSB-Ink.
  • Goff
  • GW
  • Hargreaves, G.D. A catalogue of medical incunabula in Edinburgh libraries
  • Klebs
  • NLM Incun.
  • NLM 16th cent.
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1472?-ca. 1535
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Champier, Symphorien
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 16th cent.
  • ca. 1475-1529 or 30
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Marion, Jean
  • Mareschal, Jacques
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Medicine
  • Medicine
  • Baker, George Fales, 1863-1929 [Donor] (CPP)
  • Stockton-Hough Library [Collection] (CPP)
  • Stockton-Hough Library [Bookplate] (CPP)
  • Hough, John Stockton, 1845-1900 [Former Owner] (CPP)
Label
Practica noua in medicina : Aggregatoris lugdune[n]sis domini Simphoriani champerij de omnibus morborum generibus ex traditionibus grecorum: latinorum: arabu[m]: penorum ac recentium auctorum: Aurei libri quinq[ue]. Item ejusdem aggregatoris liber de omnibus generibus febrium
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Imprint supplied from ISTC, which is taken from Hargreaves; BSB-Ink. assigns it to Jean Marion for Simon Vincent; BM assigns it to J. Mareschal, 1515?
  • Date based on Champier's description of himself as "primarius medicus" to Antoine le Bon, Duke of Lorraine and Bar. Since Antoine did not succeed to the dukedom until 10 December 1508, the book can be dated not before the first months of 1509. This edition is unknown to Champier's bibliographer, Allut.--Cf. H. Joly and J. Lacassagne, Médecins & imprimeurs lyonnais au xvieme siècle. In Revue lyonnaise de Médecine, v. 7 (1958) p. 98
  • Title printed in red and black. Small woodcut (42 x 34 mm.) on title leaf shows the author and his wife kneeling in prayer, while someone is martyred. Forty-two lines to a page, with headline and printed marginalia. Area of text: 138 (143) x 85 (98) mm. Without catchwords
  • Signatures: [Maltese cross]♯ a-t€ ([Maltese cross]4 and t5-6 blank)
  • Errors in foliation: viij repeated, cxvij misprinted cvxij
Control code
000063803
Dimensions
19 cm. (8to).
Extent
[4], cxlix [i.e. cl], [2] leaves (4th leaf and last two leaves blank)
Note
  • Paginated in ms. In early hand on blank leaf at front: "Champerii Collectanea Medica. Opus impressum in Calcographia Ascensiana 1516." In another hand on first leaf: "di Rejali." Some contemporary ms. markings in the final gatherings.
  • Presented to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia by George Fales Baker, M.D., prior to 18 July 1901; with the bookplate of the J. Stockton Hough Library.
  • Bound in two-thirds cream modern vellum over marbled paper boards, with gold stamped red Morocco spine label; spine rebacked.
  • Leaf size: 176 x 117 mm. Top margin closely trimmed. Insect damage throughout margins; minimal loss of marginalia text.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 63803
  • 63841
  • (OCoLC)ocm14310173
Label
Practica noua in medicina : Aggregatoris lugdune[n]sis domini Simphoriani champerij de omnibus morborum generibus ex traditionibus grecorum: latinorum: arabu[m]: penorum ac recentium auctorum: Aurei libri quinq[ue]. Item ejusdem aggregatoris liber de omnibus generibus febrium
Publication
Note
  • Imprint supplied from ISTC, which is taken from Hargreaves; BSB-Ink. assigns it to Jean Marion for Simon Vincent; BM assigns it to J. Mareschal, 1515?
  • Date based on Champier's description of himself as "primarius medicus" to Antoine le Bon, Duke of Lorraine and Bar. Since Antoine did not succeed to the dukedom until 10 December 1508, the book can be dated not before the first months of 1509. This edition is unknown to Champier's bibliographer, Allut.--Cf. H. Joly and J. Lacassagne, Médecins & imprimeurs lyonnais au xvieme siècle. In Revue lyonnaise de Médecine, v. 7 (1958) p. 98
  • Title printed in red and black. Small woodcut (42 x 34 mm.) on title leaf shows the author and his wife kneeling in prayer, while someone is martyred. Forty-two lines to a page, with headline and printed marginalia. Area of text: 138 (143) x 85 (98) mm. Without catchwords
  • Signatures: [Maltese cross]♯ a-t€ ([Maltese cross]4 and t5-6 blank)
  • Errors in foliation: viij repeated, cxvij misprinted cvxij
Control code
000063803
Dimensions
19 cm. (8to).
Extent
[4], cxlix [i.e. cl], [2] leaves (4th leaf and last two leaves blank)
Note
  • Paginated in ms. In early hand on blank leaf at front: "Champerii Collectanea Medica. Opus impressum in Calcographia Ascensiana 1516." In another hand on first leaf: "di Rejali." Some contemporary ms. markings in the final gatherings.
  • Presented to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia by George Fales Baker, M.D., prior to 18 July 1901; with the bookplate of the J. Stockton Hough Library.
  • Bound in two-thirds cream modern vellum over marbled paper boards, with gold stamped red Morocco spine label; spine rebacked.
  • Leaf size: 176 x 117 mm. Top margin closely trimmed. Insect damage throughout margins; minimal loss of marginalia text.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 63803
  • 63841
  • (OCoLC)ocm14310173

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