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Examen omnium electuariorum, pulverum, et confectionum.Venice, Vincent Valgrisi, 1548. 8vo. With a woodcut device on title-page and enlarged on last page. Later stiff paper wrappers.
- Adams B-2685; Durling 677. First edition of a work on different medications, including powders, written in the form of an imaginary dialogue between Brasavola and senex, the old man. The Italian botanist and physicist Antonio Musa Brasavola (1500-1555), was an expert on the works of Galen and was heavily influenced by his work. Galen's work set the template voor Islamic medicine.Waterstain in lower margin, not affecting text, otherwise in good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]
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