Opera de medicamentorum purgantium delectu, castigatione & usu, libri duo. Quorum priorem canones universales, posteriorem de simplicibus vocant, grabadin, hoc est compendii secretorum medicamentorum, libri duo, quorum prior antidotarium, posterior de appropriatis vulgo inscribitur ; cum Mundini, Honesti, Manardi, & Sylvii in tres priores libros observationibus, quae vulgo cum his ipsis prodire consueverunt, his accessere plantarum in libro simplicium descriptarum Imagines ; atque item Joannis Costaei annotationes. Joannes MESUE, Yahya Ibn Masawayh.
Opera de medicamentorum purgantium delectu, castigatione & usu, libri duo. Quorum priorem canones universales, posteriorem de simplicibus vocant, grabadin, hoc est compendii secretorum medicamentorum, libri duo, quorum prior antidotarium, posterior de appropriatis vulgo inscribitur ; cum Mundini, Honesti, Manardi, & Sylvii in tres priores libros observationibus, quae vulgo cum his ipsis prodire consueverunt, his accessere plantarum in libro simplicium descriptarum Imagines ; atque item Joannis Costaei annotationes.
Opera de medicamentorum purgantium delectu, castigatione & usu, libri duo. Quorum priorem canones universales, posteriorem de simplicibus vocant, grabadin, hoc est compendii secretorum medicamentorum, libri duo, quorum prior antidotarium, posterior de appropriatis vulgo inscribitur ; cum Mundini, Honesti, Manardi, & Sylvii in tres priores libros observationibus, quae vulgo cum his ipsis prodire consueverunt, his accessere plantarum in libro simplicium descriptarum Imagines ; atque item Joannis Costaei annotationes.
Opera de medicamentorum purgantium delectu, castigatione & usu, libri duo. Quorum priorem canones universales, posteriorem de simplicibus vocant, grabadin, hoc est compendii secretorum medicamentorum, libri duo, quorum prior antidotarium, posterior de appropriatis vulgo inscribitur ; cum Mundini, Honesti, Manardi, & Sylvii in tres priores libros observationibus, quae vulgo cum his ipsis prodire consueverunt, his accessere plantarum in libro simplicium descriptarum Imagines ; atque item Joannis Costaei annotationes.

Opera de medicamentorum purgantium delectu, castigatione & usu, libri duo. Quorum priorem canones universales, posteriorem de simplicibus vocant, grabadin, hoc est compendii secretorum medicamentorum, libri duo, quorum prior antidotarium, posterior de appropriatis vulgo inscribitur ; cum Mundini, Honesti, Manardi, & Sylvii in tres priores libros observationibus, quae vulgo cum his ipsis prodire consueverunt, his accessere plantarum in libro simplicium descriptarum Imagines ; atque item Joannis Costaei annotationes.

Venice, Lucantonio Giunta, 1589. ____ Edition avec les commentaires de Giovanni Costeo and Vincenzo Cogollo, et ceux de Jacques Sylvius (Dubois), Giovanni Manardi, Mundini, Honesti. C'est un retirage, page pour page, de l'édition de 1581 (ou une remise en vente avec un titre différent ?). Mésué, appelé dans la littérature médicale du Moyen-Age, Jean Damascène, était au IXe siècle, médecin du calife de Bagdad. Ses écrits pharmacologiques eurent une influence profonde en Europe jusqu'au XVIIIe siècle. Le "grabadin", contenu dans cet ouvrage, est un manuel pour apothicaires; il a été utilisé durant tout le Moyen-Age et au-delà. Belle impression sur deux colonnes, ornée de 39 gravures sur bois de fruits, fleurs et plantes médicinales. Très nombreuses initiales historiées. Marque gravée de l'imprimeur sur le titre, qui est en noir et rouge, et au dernier feuillet. La seconde partie a sa propre page de titre. Des restaurations à la reliure. Bel exemplaire. *-------* Edition with commentaries by Giovanni Costeo and Vincenzo Cogollo, and those of Jacques Sylvius (Dubois), Giovanni Manardi, Mundini, Honesti. This is a reprint page to page of the edition of 1581 (or a reissue with a different title?). Mesue, called in the medical literature of the Middle Ages, John Damascene, was in the ninth century, doctor of the Caliph of Baghdad. His pharmacological writings had a profound influence in Europe until the eighteenth century. The 'Grabadin', or apothecary's manual was the most popular compendium of drugs in medieval Europe, and was used everywhere in their preparation. Beautiful printing on two columns, illustrated by 39 woodcuts of fruits, flowers and medicinal plants. Many historiated initials. Title in black and red with engraved printer mark. The second part has its own title page. ______ Format : In-folio. Collation : (16), 82, 91-258, (6), 277, (13) ff. Reliure : Veau brun glacé, dos à nerfs orné, tranches marbrées. (Reliure du XVIIIe.). Item #16997

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