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Galeni Pergamensis De temperamentis : et De inaeqvali intemperie libri tres, Thomas Linacro Anglo interprete. Opus non medicis modo, sed et philosophis oppido q[uem] necessariu[m] nunc primum prodit in lucem cvm gratia & priuilegio / impressum apud praeclaram Cantabrigiam per Joannem Siberch, anno MDXXI : reproduced in exact facsimile : with an introduction by Joseph Frank Payne.

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1881
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[Cambridge] : printed by C.J. Clay for A. Macmillan and R. Bowes, 1881.

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[3]-48 pages facsim.; 8 preliminary leaves, [i-lxiv], lxv-lxxiii, [1] numbered l : frontispiece (portrait) ; 21 x 16 cm

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Cont: With a portrait of Thomas Linacre (photograph of the engraving in Pettigrew's medical portrait gallery) mounted on the leaf Note: 250 copies printed, of which this is no. 93

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This material has been provided by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. The original may be consulted at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

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