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Claudinus, Julius Caesar
1663 Renaissance Medical Book Latin Medici Omne Diseases Medicine CLAUDINUS
Venice: 1663. moderate external wear to speckled vellum; endpapers corroded, overall good condition. CLAUDINUS, JULIUS CAESAR De ingressu ad infirmos libri duo. In quibus Medici omne, ex tempore medicinam facturi,...Cum Appendice de remediis generosioribus... Julius Caesar Claudinus (1550/1618), Bolognese physician, was professor at the University of Bologna of logic, philosophy and medicine (Claudini, Giulio Cesare) Folding table. 324 pages. 4to, speckled vellum; endpapers corroded, generally sound internally. Sound binding. Decorative woodcut initials, headpieces. Published in Venice: Bertani 1663 Overall good As pictured final page corroded Some ancient handwriting on title page / name of previous owner? Rare renaissance medical book in Latin, world catalog locates one copy in book form held at The British Library. Translated Claudine , JULIUS CAESAR Concerning Entry to the sick of the book two. In such cases, physicians everything, by the time the medicine they would do medicine, the role, whether it is to take care if themselves or with others about taking care of should consult, with the utmost precision, as it were , on the board of outline is contained. When the Appendix of the remedies, more generous , and the questions of philosophy and medical out of the throne of the princes of the faculties. They added a final mark of catarrh. Moreover, the crisis, and the critical days of the authors treatment" Signature required on delivery.
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