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The Resource Diui Mesue et noua quedam vltra ea que secum associari co[n]sueueru[n]t opera preclarissima vt inferius speculanti sub manus indicio demo[n]stratur ..

Diui Mesue et noua quedam vltra ea que secum associari co[n]sueueru[n]t opera preclarissima vt inferius speculanti sub manus indicio demo[n]stratur ..

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Diui Mesue et noua quedam vltra ea que secum associari co[n]sueueru[n]t opera preclarissima vt inferius speculanti sub manus indicio demo[n]stratur ..
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Diui Mesue et noua quedam vltra ea que secum associari co[n]sueueru[n]t opera preclarissima vt inferius speculanti sub manus indicio demo[n]stratur ..
Title variation
Divi Mesue
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Language
lat
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Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
  • no. 324
  • no. 37
  • 3124
  • 2:687
  • p. XXVI, no. 90
  • CNCE 29305
Citation source
  • Camerini, P. Annali dei Giunti
  • Johnston, S.H. Cleveland herbal, botanical & horticultural colls.
  • NLM 16th cent.
  • Maittaire, M. Annales typographici
  • Renouard, A.A. Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde
  • EDIT 16
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index present
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non fiction
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Diui Mesue et noua quedam vltra ea que secum associari co[n]sueueru[n]t opera preclarissima vt inferius speculanti sub manus indicio demo[n]stratur ..
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • First Giunta ed., edited by Giovanni Battista Nicolini of Salo, of the Canones of Pseudo-Mesuë, a very influential early Latin medical text, possibly written by a Christian Jacobite doctor who took the name of the 9th-century Arab doctor, Ibn Māsawayh, Yūḥannā (d. 857), transcribing the Arabic name in Latin as Mesuë. This would explain why no originals in Arabic of this text have ever been found, and why this author is known as Pseudo-Mesuë, or Mesuë the Younger (925-1015?). This ed. of 1527 includes the "Canones universales", and "De simplicibus" on the physical principles and prescribing of purgatives, as well as medical and pharmacological works by other authors such as Mondino dei Luzzi, Christophorus de Honestis, Petrus de Abano, Niccolò da Salerno, Bulcasis (Abū al-Qāsim Khalaf ibn ʻAbbās al-Zahrāwī), Gentile da Foligno, Matthaeus Platearius, Francesco di Piedimonte, and Saladino Ferro. For discussion of the problems of identification of Pseudo-Mesue, cf. Die Canones des Pseudo-Mesue / Sieglinde Lieberknecht. Stuttgart : Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1995
  • Imprint from colophon, which reads: "Sit laus & gloria excelso Deo, qui nos i[m]mensa gratiaru[m] suaru[m] amplitudine ad tantorum operum in huius voluminis fronte pollicitorum complementum per uenire [con]cessit. Que diligenti Joa[nnes] Baptiste de Nicolinis brixiani salodie[n]sis elucubratio[n]e castigata post vniuersas eo[rum] impressiones in flore[n]tissima Uenetiarum vrbe Domini Luce Antonij Iunta florentini huius artis curiosissimi sumptib[us] excusa su[n]t, anno ante Chr[ist]i adue[n]tu[m] MDxxvij Marcij idibus."
  • Prefatory epistle to Cornelius Gryphius by editor Giovanni Battista Nicolini on verso of t.p., dated in Venice, March 15, 1527
  • Title-page in red and black; printed in bold gothic type, in two columns; printed marginal captions
  • Woodcuts: large printer's device on t.p. in red, repeated on verso of last leaf in black (the Giunta fleur-de-lis, initialled "L.A."); large white-on-white historiated initials; smaller ornamental foliated and historiated initials on white or black backgrounds
  • Signatures: a-z8 &8 [con]8 [rum]8 A-X8 Y-Z6
  • This ed. not in Wellcome cat. of printed books (cf. nos. 4276-4277), Waller, Osler, BM STC Italian, or Adams
Bibliography note
Includes index
Contents
(from t.p.) Mundini de Lentijs super Canones eius vniuersales expositio luculentissima -- Christofori Georgii florentini super eius Antidotarium expositio clarissima -- Christofori eiusdem tractatus de aqua & ptisana ordeacea conficienda -- Petri apponensis fructuose additiones -- Nicolai medicorum expertissimi antidotarium paruum -- Joa[n]nis de Sancto Amando super idem Nicolai Antidotarium expositio facu[n]dissima -- De quid pro quo i[n] De simplicibus in eade[m] operatione co[m]municantibus assu[m]matio -- Synonimorum medicinalium i[n] nominum ide[m] medicinale significantiu[m] tractatus -- Bulcasis siue Seruitoris medicorum profundissimi libellus copiosissimus -- Praeclarum Saladini pro aromatarijs compendium -- Gentilis Fulginei de dosi medicinarum inuestiganda libellus -- Alchi[n]di medico[rum] p[er]spicacissimi de medicinaru[m] co[m]posita[rum] gradib[us] iuestiga[n]dis libellus -- Subtilissimus Habe[n]guefit [Ibn Wāfid] de simplicibus medicinis libellus -- Egregius Apulei medici antiquissimi de po[n]deribus & mensuris libellus -- Antidotorum in Mesue & Nicolai Antidotarijs contentorum index -- Remediorum varijs egritudinibus conferentium summula copiosissima -- Additiones noue ad multa i[n] Mesue & Nicolai antidotarijs declara[n]da q[uae] ab alijs era[n]t dimissa
Dimensions
32 cm. (fol.)
Extent
388 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary wooden boards and half brown morocco; leather portion of upper and lower boards divided into four panels, with rolled borders of interlacing leaves, and blind-stamped figure of Cupid in center of each panel; remnants of four broad leather straps, probably once holding brass clasps, attached to top, bottom, and fore edges with small nails; holes on corresponding opposite edges indicate where brass closures were once nailed; edges stained blue. In modern beige cloth and brown leather clamshell box with velcro closure; box title "Ibn Masawayh. Divi Mesue". Purchase, E.K. Schreiber, 1984.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)175313220
  • ucoclc175313220
Label
Diui Mesue et noua quedam vltra ea que secum associari co[n]sueueru[n]t opera preclarissima vt inferius speculanti sub manus indicio demo[n]stratur ..
Publication
Note
  • First Giunta ed., edited by Giovanni Battista Nicolini of Salo, of the Canones of Pseudo-Mesuë, a very influential early Latin medical text, possibly written by a Christian Jacobite doctor who took the name of the 9th-century Arab doctor, Ibn Māsawayh, Yūḥannā (d. 857), transcribing the Arabic name in Latin as Mesuë. This would explain why no originals in Arabic of this text have ever been found, and why this author is known as Pseudo-Mesuë, or Mesuë the Younger (925-1015?). This ed. of 1527 includes the "Canones universales", and "De simplicibus" on the physical principles and prescribing of purgatives, as well as medical and pharmacological works by other authors such as Mondino dei Luzzi, Christophorus de Honestis, Petrus de Abano, Niccolò da Salerno, Bulcasis (Abū al-Qāsim Khalaf ibn ʻAbbās al-Zahrāwī), Gentile da Foligno, Matthaeus Platearius, Francesco di Piedimonte, and Saladino Ferro. For discussion of the problems of identification of Pseudo-Mesue, cf. Die Canones des Pseudo-Mesue / Sieglinde Lieberknecht. Stuttgart : Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1995
  • Imprint from colophon, which reads: "Sit laus & gloria excelso Deo, qui nos i[m]mensa gratiaru[m] suaru[m] amplitudine ad tantorum operum in huius voluminis fronte pollicitorum complementum per uenire [con]cessit. Que diligenti Joa[nnes] Baptiste de Nicolinis brixiani salodie[n]sis elucubratio[n]e castigata post vniuersas eo[rum] impressiones in flore[n]tissima Uenetiarum vrbe Domini Luce Antonij Iunta florentini huius artis curiosissimi sumptib[us] excusa su[n]t, anno ante Chr[ist]i adue[n]tu[m] MDxxvij Marcij idibus."
  • Prefatory epistle to Cornelius Gryphius by editor Giovanni Battista Nicolini on verso of t.p., dated in Venice, March 15, 1527
  • Title-page in red and black; printed in bold gothic type, in two columns; printed marginal captions
  • Woodcuts: large printer's device on t.p. in red, repeated on verso of last leaf in black (the Giunta fleur-de-lis, initialled "L.A."); large white-on-white historiated initials; smaller ornamental foliated and historiated initials on white or black backgrounds
  • Signatures: a-z8 &8 [con]8 [rum]8 A-X8 Y-Z6
  • This ed. not in Wellcome cat. of printed books (cf. nos. 4276-4277), Waller, Osler, BM STC Italian, or Adams
Bibliography note
Includes index
Contents
(from t.p.) Mundini de Lentijs super Canones eius vniuersales expositio luculentissima -- Christofori Georgii florentini super eius Antidotarium expositio clarissima -- Christofori eiusdem tractatus de aqua & ptisana ordeacea conficienda -- Petri apponensis fructuose additiones -- Nicolai medicorum expertissimi antidotarium paruum -- Joa[n]nis de Sancto Amando super idem Nicolai Antidotarium expositio facu[n]dissima -- De quid pro quo i[n] De simplicibus in eade[m] operatione co[m]municantibus assu[m]matio -- Synonimorum medicinalium i[n] nominum ide[m] medicinale significantiu[m] tractatus -- Bulcasis siue Seruitoris medicorum profundissimi libellus copiosissimus -- Praeclarum Saladini pro aromatarijs compendium -- Gentilis Fulginei de dosi medicinarum inuestiganda libellus -- Alchi[n]di medico[rum] p[er]spicacissimi de medicinaru[m] co[m]posita[rum] gradib[us] iuestiga[n]dis libellus -- Subtilissimus Habe[n]guefit [Ibn Wāfid] de simplicibus medicinis libellus -- Egregius Apulei medici antiquissimi de po[n]deribus & mensuris libellus -- Antidotorum in Mesue & Nicolai Antidotarijs contentorum index -- Remediorum varijs egritudinibus conferentium summula copiosissima -- Additiones noue ad multa i[n] Mesue & Nicolai antidotarijs declara[n]da q[uae] ab alijs era[n]t dimissa
Dimensions
32 cm. (fol.)
Extent
388 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary wooden boards and half brown morocco; leather portion of upper and lower boards divided into four panels, with rolled borders of interlacing leaves, and blind-stamped figure of Cupid in center of each panel; remnants of four broad leather straps, probably once holding brass clasps, attached to top, bottom, and fore edges with small nails; holes on corresponding opposite edges indicate where brass closures were once nailed; edges stained blue. In modern beige cloth and brown leather clamshell box with velcro closure; box title "Ibn Masawayh. Divi Mesue". Purchase, E.K. Schreiber, 1984.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)175313220
  • ucoclc175313220

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