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The Resource Questiones naturales aresto[te]lis. De varijs corporum humanorum dispositio[n]ib[us]. audientibus valde suaues

Questiones naturales aresto[te]lis. De varijs corporum humanorum dispositio[n]ib[us]. audientibus valde suaues

Label
Questiones naturales aresto[te]lis. De varijs corporum humanorum dispositio[n]ib[us]. audientibus valde suaues
Title
Questiones naturales aresto[te]lis. De varijs corporum humanorum dispositio[n]ib[us]. audientibus valde suaues
Title variation
  • Questiones naturales Arestotilis
  • Questiones naturales Arestotelis
  • Questiones naturales Aristotelis
  • Problemata (Text beginning: Omnes homines)
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Cataloging source
PPC
Citation location within source
  • A-1037
  • P-791
  • II, col. 650
  • 14
  • 140
  • 1728*
Citation source
  • Goff
  • BSB-Ink.
  • GW
  • BM STC Dutch and Flemish, 1470-1600
  • Nijhoff & Kronenberg
  • Hain-Copinger
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Problemata Aristotelis ac philosophorum medicorumque complurium.
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Aristotle
  • Bac, Govaert
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  • Philosophy
  • Philosophy
  • Physiology
  • Voynich, Wilfred Michael, 1865-1930 [Bookseller] (CPP)
Label
Questiones naturales aresto[te]lis. De varijs corporum humanorum dispositio[n]ib[us]. audientibus valde suaues
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Frequently wrongly attributed to Aristotle and confused with the 5th or 6th cent. Problemata (also falsely attributed to Aristotle), which is an entirely different work. Cf. BSB-Ink., P-784
  • Date supplied from ISTC, based on HPT. Nijhoff & Kronenberg date ca. 1505. Goff dates after 1500
  • Imprint from colophon on verso of leaf f4, which reads: Expliciu[n]t questiones naturales arestotelis. Imp[re]sse Antwerpie per me Godfridum Back
  • Incipit on leaf a2r reads: Incipiu[n]t questiones naturales arestotilis
  • Signatures: a€ B♯ C¡ d♯ e¡ f♯
  • Chancery quarto. Leaf a3r: 36 lines; area of text: 150 x 89 mm. One initial space. With signatures; without foliation or catchwords. Printed paragraph marks. Title printed in red. Woodcut ill. on t.p. and t.p. verso; woodcut printer's device at end
  • With two woodcut ill. and a woodcut printer's device. Large woodcut on t.p. shows a student of natural history seated in a tree, another lying in the grass, and animals in the background. Full-page woodcut on t.p. verso shows the author presenting his work to a patron. The woodcut on the t.p. is the work of the first Haarlem woodcutter's school at Antwerp (Cf. Conway, Sec. XII, 27a); that on the verso is the work of the third Antwerp woodcutter employed by Bac, 1493-1500 (Conway, Sec. XXXIV, 10)
Control code
000097643
Dimensions
21 cm. (4to).
Extent
[32] leaves
Note
  • Without rubrication.
  • Acquired by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia from Voynich, prior to 27 Oct. 1922. With Voynich's typed description pasted to front free endpaper.
  • Bound in green morocco over marbled paper boards; author, title and date stamped in gold on spine.
  • Leaf size: 200 x 138 mm.; a few early ms. notes in margins.
  • Photostat available.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 97643
  • 97694
  • ocm19402908
Label
Questiones naturales aresto[te]lis. De varijs corporum humanorum dispositio[n]ib[us]. audientibus valde suaues
Publication
Note
  • Frequently wrongly attributed to Aristotle and confused with the 5th or 6th cent. Problemata (also falsely attributed to Aristotle), which is an entirely different work. Cf. BSB-Ink., P-784
  • Date supplied from ISTC, based on HPT. Nijhoff & Kronenberg date ca. 1505. Goff dates after 1500
  • Imprint from colophon on verso of leaf f4, which reads: Expliciu[n]t questiones naturales arestotelis. Imp[re]sse Antwerpie per me Godfridum Back
  • Incipit on leaf a2r reads: Incipiu[n]t questiones naturales arestotilis
  • Signatures: a€ B♯ C¡ d♯ e¡ f♯
  • Chancery quarto. Leaf a3r: 36 lines; area of text: 150 x 89 mm. One initial space. With signatures; without foliation or catchwords. Printed paragraph marks. Title printed in red. Woodcut ill. on t.p. and t.p. verso; woodcut printer's device at end
  • With two woodcut ill. and a woodcut printer's device. Large woodcut on t.p. shows a student of natural history seated in a tree, another lying in the grass, and animals in the background. Full-page woodcut on t.p. verso shows the author presenting his work to a patron. The woodcut on the t.p. is the work of the first Haarlem woodcutter's school at Antwerp (Cf. Conway, Sec. XII, 27a); that on the verso is the work of the third Antwerp woodcutter employed by Bac, 1493-1500 (Conway, Sec. XXXIV, 10)
Control code
000097643
Dimensions
21 cm. (4to).
Extent
[32] leaves
Note
  • Without rubrication.
  • Acquired by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia from Voynich, prior to 27 Oct. 1922. With Voynich's typed description pasted to front free endpaper.
  • Bound in green morocco over marbled paper boards; author, title and date stamped in gold on spine.
  • Leaf size: 200 x 138 mm.; a few early ms. notes in margins.
  • Photostat available.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 97643
  • 97694
  • ocm19402908

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