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Regimen sanitatis cum expositione magistri Arnaldi de Villa Noua Cathellano nouiter impressus

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Regimen sanitatis cum expositione magistri Arnaldi de Villa Noua Cathellano nouiter impressus
Title
Regimen sanitatis cum expositione magistri Arnaldi de Villa Noua Cathellano nouiter impressus
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Cataloging source
TMB
Citation location within source
  • R-51
  • R-80
  • 830.16
Citation source
  • BSB-Ink.
  • Goff
  • Klebs
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Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum.
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • d. 1311
  • fl. 1494-1539
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  • Joannes
  • Arnaldus
  • Vitali, Bernardino dei
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  • Health
  • Hygiene
  • Medicine
  • Hygiene
  • Materia Medica
  • Medicine
  • Voynich, Wilfred Michael, 1865-1930 [Bookseller] (CPP)
  • Rickers & Son (London, England) (Firm) [Binder] (CPP)
Label
Regimen sanitatis cum expositione magistri Arnaldi de Villa Noua Cathellano nouiter impressus
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Text and commentary are frequently wrongly attributed to Arnaldus de Villanova; text is sometimes attributed to Joannes de Mediolano.--Cf. Cummins, P.W. A critical edition of Le regime tresutile et tresproufitable pour conserver et garder la sante du corps humain. Chapel Hill: UNC Dept. of Romance Languages, 1976., p. x
  • One of sixteen editions of French origin, which claims to bear corrections by the doctors of Montpellier, even though the text is virtually identical to its uncorrected predecessors.--Cf. Wickersheimer, E. "Autour de Regime de Salerne, " Le Scalpel, v. 105, no. 2, (1952), p. 1507
  • Incipit on leaf a2 reads: Incipit regimen sanitatis salernitanum excellentissimum pro conseruatione sanitatis totius humani generis perutilissimum: necno[n] a magistro Arnaldo de Villanoua Cathellano omnium medicoru[m] uiuentiu[m] ge[m]ma utiliter: ac [secundu]m omnium antiquo[rum] medico[rum] doctrinam ueraciter expositu[m]: nouiter correctum ac emendatum p[er] egregissimos ac medicine artis peritissimos doctores Montispessulani regentes. Anno. M.ccccl.xxx. predicto loco actu moram trahentes
  • Imprint from Goff
  • Colophon reads: Impressum Venetiis per Bernardinu[m] Venetu[m] de Vitalibus
  • Signatures: a-p♯
  • Chancery quarto, 40 lines of commentary surrounding variable lines of text; area of text: 71 x 113 mm. With printed initial on leaf a2; without foliation and catchwords
  • Includes half-page woodcut illustration on title page, representing Villanova seated at a table upon which is a sphere, an inkstand, and two books. At his side is a boy with two jars standing before an open doorway
Control code
000145407
Dimensions
22 cm. (4to).
Extent
[60] leaves
Note
  • Not rubricated.
  • Foliated in ms.
  • Purchased from Voynich by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia prior to 26 Jan. 1920; with typescript description of edition pasted to front endleaf.
  • Bound in crushed red Levant Morocco, with gold lettering on the spine; signed by Rickers & Son, London.
  • Leaf size: 210 x 147 mm. Minor insect damage to inner margins; t.p. has been mended.
  • Photostat available.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcut)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 145407
  • 147867
  • (OCoLC)ocm30613714
Label
Regimen sanitatis cum expositione magistri Arnaldi de Villa Noua Cathellano nouiter impressus
Publication
Note
  • Text and commentary are frequently wrongly attributed to Arnaldus de Villanova; text is sometimes attributed to Joannes de Mediolano.--Cf. Cummins, P.W. A critical edition of Le regime tresutile et tresproufitable pour conserver et garder la sante du corps humain. Chapel Hill: UNC Dept. of Romance Languages, 1976., p. x
  • One of sixteen editions of French origin, which claims to bear corrections by the doctors of Montpellier, even though the text is virtually identical to its uncorrected predecessors.--Cf. Wickersheimer, E. "Autour de Regime de Salerne, " Le Scalpel, v. 105, no. 2, (1952), p. 1507
  • Incipit on leaf a2 reads: Incipit regimen sanitatis salernitanum excellentissimum pro conseruatione sanitatis totius humani generis perutilissimum: necno[n] a magistro Arnaldo de Villanoua Cathellano omnium medicoru[m] uiuentiu[m] ge[m]ma utiliter: ac [secundu]m omnium antiquo[rum] medico[rum] doctrinam ueraciter expositu[m]: nouiter correctum ac emendatum p[er] egregissimos ac medicine artis peritissimos doctores Montispessulani regentes. Anno. M.ccccl.xxx. predicto loco actu moram trahentes
  • Imprint from Goff
  • Colophon reads: Impressum Venetiis per Bernardinu[m] Venetu[m] de Vitalibus
  • Signatures: a-p♯
  • Chancery quarto, 40 lines of commentary surrounding variable lines of text; area of text: 71 x 113 mm. With printed initial on leaf a2; without foliation and catchwords
  • Includes half-page woodcut illustration on title page, representing Villanova seated at a table upon which is a sphere, an inkstand, and two books. At his side is a boy with two jars standing before an open doorway
Control code
000145407
Dimensions
22 cm. (4to).
Extent
[60] leaves
Note
  • Not rubricated.
  • Foliated in ms.
  • Purchased from Voynich by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia prior to 26 Jan. 1920; with typescript description of edition pasted to front endleaf.
  • Bound in crushed red Levant Morocco, with gold lettering on the spine; signed by Rickers & Son, London.
  • Leaf size: 210 x 147 mm. Minor insect damage to inner margins; t.p. has been mended.
  • Photostat available.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcut)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 145407
  • 147867
  • (OCoLC)ocm30613714

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