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Castelli, Bartolomeo.
Lexicon medicum graeco-latinum ex Hippocrate, et Galeno desumptum.Rotterdam, Arnold Leers, 1644. 8vo. With a woodcut device on title-page. Contemporary vellum.
Verlag [14], 315 [=353], [19, last page blank] pp.1644 edition of a 17th-century medical dictionary, giving a description and symptoms of various afflictions. "Many medical dictionaries were published in this period. The most remarkable were. and the Greek and Latin lexica of Bartolommeo Castelli" (Garrison). Castelli based much of his information on the works of Galen and Hippocrates (Boqrat). The main text is followed by a small dictionary translating the "principal Arabic words" into Greek and Latin, which can subsequently be looked up in the main text. Some small spots and thumbing throughout, and a few occasional user's marks in ink in the margins. Binding slightly damages and with some minor stains. Good copy.l Garrison, p. 279 Krivatsy 2221.
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