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Summes candidissime lector animo q[uam] libentissimo interpretatione[m] Iacobi Forliuiensis in tres libros Thegni Gal: cum quaestionibus eiusdem. Qui licet inter modernos expositores iure merito principatum obtineat. Veru[m]tamen presenti vltima impressione adeo cuiuslibet animo satisfiet vt no[n] possit magis hoc q[ui]ppe eme[n]datissima correctione additionibusq[ue] ipsius Hieronimi bo[m]pilli de Olearijs de Verona physici, qui & alia volumina Iacobi in ha[n]c ea[n]de[m] forma[m] collexit & indice opus exornauit.

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Interpretatio in tres libros Thegni Galeni


[Venetiis] : [Impressum per Jacobum Pentium de Leucho, arte impensa vero Juncte de Junctis Florentini], [1508]

Physical description

5 unnumbered pages, 2-187 leaves : illustrations ; 32 cm)


Imprint from colophon (leaf 186): Impressum Venetijs: Per Jacobus Pentium de Leucho: Arte impensa vero Juncte de Junctis Florentini. Anno d[omi]ni.1508.vltimo Octobris.
Printer's device of Giuntino Giunta on leaf 187 verso.
Contents as in the Pavia edition of 1501 with the omission of the Libellus de divisione librorum Galeni attributed to Gentile da Foligno.
Printed in double columns with side- and shoulder-notes.
Includes index.
Copy 1. Binding: 16th century calf over wooden boards, blind tooled chequerboard pattern of fleurs-de-lys within panel surrounded by blind tooled border of celtic knot pattern on both boards, with evidence of two clasps (brass plates remain on lower board, ends of leather straps secured by brass nails remain on upper board). With 16th century manuscript notes on title page, front pastedown and back endleaves, and extensive marginal notes throughout.

References note

EDIT 16 (online), CNCE 16568
Proctor-Isaac, 12960


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