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Regimen sanitatis cum expositione magistri Arnaldi de villanoua

Label
Regimen sanitatis cum expositione magistri Arnaldi de villanoua
Title
Regimen sanitatis cum expositione magistri Arnaldi de villanoua
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Cataloging source
NLM
Citation location within source
  • V, p. 379 (IA. 22446)
  • R-79
  • 830.15
Citation source
  • BM 15th cent.
  • Goff
  • Klebs
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Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum.
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • d. 1311
  • fl. 1483-1543
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  • Joannes
  • Arnaldus
  • Benalius, Bernardinus
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  • Health
  • Hygiene
  • Medicine
  • Hygiene
  • Materia Medica
  • Medicine
  • Maurini, J. [Former Owner] (CPP)
  • B., G. [Former Owner] (CPP)
  • Lewis, Samuel, 1813-1890 [Donor] (CPP)
  • Lewis, Samuel, 1813-1890 [Bookplate] (CPP)
  • Lewis Library [Collection] (CPP)
Label
Regimen sanitatis cum expositione magistri Arnaldi de villanoua
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: Incipit regimen sanitatis salernitanum excellentissimum pro conseruatione sanitatis totius humani generis perutilissimu[m]: necnon a magistro Arnaldo de Uilla noua Cathellano omnium medicorum viuentium gemma vtiliter: ac [secundu]m omnium antiquo[rum] medicorum doctrinam veraciter expositum: nouiter correctum ac emendatu[m] per egregissimos ac medicine artis peritissimos doctores Montispessulani regentes. Anno. M. cccc. lxxx. predicto loco actu moram trahentes
  • Colophon reads: Tractatus qui de regimine sanitatis nuncupatur finit feliciter. Impressus argen[tine] anno domini. M. cccc. xi. In die sancti Thome cantuariensis
  • False imprint from colophon (leaf h8). According to BMC, this is a Venetian reprint of the 1491 Strasbourg edition, with expanded title
  • Signatures: a-h€
  • Chancery quarto, 38 lines of commentary surrounding variable lines of text; area of text: 161 x 111 mm. With one printed initial on leaf a2; without foliation and catchwords
Control code
000145406
Dimensions
22 cm. (4to).
Extent
[64] leaves
Note
  • Copy 1: Shelved as Sa 21c 1500; not rubricated; marginal ms. annotations in Latin throughout; ink drawing of coat of arms, with initials G.B. and inscription: "Maurini, J." on t.p.; purchased by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia prior to 5 Feb. 1892; bound in blind-tooled vellum; leaf size: 210 x 155 mm.; with some dampstaining.
  • Copy 2: Shelved as C290 1500; imperfect, last 8 leaves wanting; not rubricated; marginal ms. annotations and paragraph marks in black ink on first four leaves; presented to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia by Samuel Lewis, M.D., with his bookplate; bound in half black goatskin over marbled paper boards, with gold stamping on spine (erroneously stamped 1480); housed in brown buckram clamshell; leaf size: 199 x 145 mm.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 145406
  • 147866
  • (OCoLC)ocm14305873
Label
Regimen sanitatis cum expositione magistri Arnaldi de villanoua
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: Incipit regimen sanitatis salernitanum excellentissimum pro conseruatione sanitatis totius humani generis perutilissimu[m]: necnon a magistro Arnaldo de Uilla noua Cathellano omnium medicorum viuentium gemma vtiliter: ac [secundu]m omnium antiquo[rum] medicorum doctrinam veraciter expositum: nouiter correctum ac emendatu[m] per egregissimos ac medicine artis peritissimos doctores Montispessulani regentes. Anno. M. cccc. lxxx. predicto loco actu moram trahentes
  • Colophon reads: Tractatus qui de regimine sanitatis nuncupatur finit feliciter. Impressus argen[tine] anno domini. M. cccc. xi. In die sancti Thome cantuariensis
  • False imprint from colophon (leaf h8). According to BMC, this is a Venetian reprint of the 1491 Strasbourg edition, with expanded title
  • Signatures: a-h€
  • Chancery quarto, 38 lines of commentary surrounding variable lines of text; area of text: 161 x 111 mm. With one printed initial on leaf a2; without foliation and catchwords
Control code
000145406
Dimensions
22 cm. (4to).
Extent
[64] leaves
Note
  • Copy 1: Shelved as Sa 21c 1500; not rubricated; marginal ms. annotations in Latin throughout; ink drawing of coat of arms, with initials G.B. and inscription: "Maurini, J." on t.p.; purchased by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia prior to 5 Feb. 1892; bound in blind-tooled vellum; leaf size: 210 x 155 mm.; with some dampstaining.
  • Copy 2: Shelved as C290 1500; imperfect, last 8 leaves wanting; not rubricated; marginal ms. annotations and paragraph marks in black ink on first four leaves; presented to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia by Samuel Lewis, M.D., with his bookplate; bound in half black goatskin over marbled paper boards, with gold stamping on spine (erroneously stamped 1480); housed in brown buckram clamshell; leaf size: 199 x 145 mm.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 145406
  • 147866
  • (OCoLC)ocm14305873

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