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The Resource Regimen sanitatis

Regimen sanitatis

Label
Regimen sanitatis
Title
Regimen sanitatis
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Cataloging source
NLM
Citation location within source
  • I, p. 142 (IA. 2063)
  • R-42
  • R-41
  • R-73
  • 830.10
Citation source
  • BM 15th cent.
  • BN cat. des incun.
  • BSB-Ink.
  • Goff
  • Klebs
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Regimen sanitatis Salernitanum.
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • d. 1311
  • d. 1505
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  • Joannes
  • Arnaldus
  • Husner, Georg
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  • Health
  • Hygiene
  • Medicine
  • Hygiene
  • Materia Medica
  • Medicine
  • Franciscanos Schleishamij Bibliotheca [Former Owner] (CPP)
  • Franciscans (Germany) [Former Owner] (CPP)
Label
Regimen sanitatis
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
  • Imprint from Goff
  • Incipit on leaf a2 reads: Incipit regime[n] sanitat[is] salernitanu[m] excelle[n]tissimu[m] [pro] [con]seruatione sanitat[is] totius humani gener[is] [per]utilissimu[m]. necnon a m[a]g[ist]ro Arnaldo de villa noua cathelano omniu[m] medico[rum] viuentiu[m] gemma vtiliter ac [secundu]m omniu[m] antiq[uorum] medico[rum] doctrina[m] veraciter expositu[m]. nouiter correctu[m] ac eme[n]datu[m] per egregissimos ac medicine artis peritissimos doctores mo[n]tispessulani regentes anno. M.cccc.lxxx. predicto loco actu moram trahentes
  • Colophon reads: Tractatus qui de regimine sanitatis nu[n]cupat[ur] Finit feliciter. Impressus Argen[tine]. Anno d[omi]ni M.cccc.xcj. In die sancti Thome ca[n]tuarien[sis]
  • Signatures: a-k€
  • Chancery quarto, 34 lines; area of text: 135 x 90 mm. One initial space with guide-letter on leaf a2; without foliation and catchwords
Control code
000145354
Dimensions
20 cm. (4to).
Extent
[80] leaves
Note
  • Rubrication: Capital strokes and paragraph marks supplied in red; initial on leaf a2 supplied in red.
  • With ms. note on t.p. and ownership inscription above text on leaf a2: Ad Franciscanos Schleishamij Bibliotheca.
  • Bearer type impression at bottom of last leaf.
  • Purchased by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia prior to 23 May 1892.
  • Bound in half modern vellum over marbled paper boards, with gold stamped red Morocco spine labels. Edges stained red.
  • Leaf size: 192 x 130 mm. Leaf a1 has been mounted on a blank leaf. Dampstaining throughout.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 145354
  • 147809
  • (OCoLC)ocm31712564
Label
Regimen sanitatis
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
  • Imprint from Goff
  • Incipit on leaf a2 reads: Incipit regime[n] sanitat[is] salernitanu[m] excelle[n]tissimu[m] [pro] [con]seruatione sanitat[is] totius humani gener[is] [per]utilissimu[m]. necnon a m[a]g[ist]ro Arnaldo de villa noua cathelano omniu[m] medico[rum] viuentiu[m] gemma vtiliter ac [secundu]m omniu[m] antiq[uorum] medico[rum] doctrina[m] veraciter expositu[m]. nouiter correctu[m] ac eme[n]datu[m] per egregissimos ac medicine artis peritissimos doctores mo[n]tispessulani regentes anno. M.cccc.lxxx. predicto loco actu moram trahentes
  • Colophon reads: Tractatus qui de regimine sanitatis nu[n]cupat[ur] Finit feliciter. Impressus Argen[tine]. Anno d[omi]ni M.cccc.xcj. In die sancti Thome ca[n]tuarien[sis]
  • Signatures: a-k€
  • Chancery quarto, 34 lines; area of text: 135 x 90 mm. One initial space with guide-letter on leaf a2; without foliation and catchwords
Control code
000145354
Dimensions
20 cm. (4to).
Extent
[80] leaves
Note
  • Rubrication: Capital strokes and paragraph marks supplied in red; initial on leaf a2 supplied in red.
  • With ms. note on t.p. and ownership inscription above text on leaf a2: Ad Franciscanos Schleishamij Bibliotheca.
  • Bearer type impression at bottom of last leaf.
  • Purchased by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia prior to 23 May 1892.
  • Bound in half modern vellum over marbled paper boards, with gold stamped red Morocco spine labels. Edges stained red.
  • Leaf size: 192 x 130 mm. Leaf a1 has been mounted on a blank leaf. Dampstaining throughout.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 145354
  • 147809
  • (OCoLC)ocm31712564

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