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Bohn, Johannes
De Renunciatione Vulnerum, seu Vulnerum Lethalium Examen, cui Accesserunt Dissertationes Binae de Partu Enecato et An Quis Vivus Mortuusue Aquis Submersus, Strangulatus aut Vulneratus Fuerit.
Lipsiae [Leipzig]: Apud Thomam Fritsch, 1711. 4to, pp. [ii], 198, [10]. Contemporary mottled calf. A little spotted and browned, paper flaw to outer margin. Rebacked, new spine lettered in gilt direct, hinges relined, old leather worn at extremities and lightly soiled. Ownership inscription of James A. Thomson, surgeon, York dated 1790, Atkinson bookplate to front pastedown. Johannes Bohn (1640-1718) was Professor of anatomy and surgery at Leipzig University and a pioneer in forensic medicine. This influential textbook on wounds was first published in 1689, and is notable for drawing 'distinctions between ante- and post-mortem wounds and wounds deadly per se from accidental factors' (Madea, 'Handbook of Forensic Medicine,' 2014).
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