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|Additional Physical Format:||Also issued on microfilm.
Bethesda, Md. : National Library of Medicine, 1985.
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
|Named Person:||Democritus; Adolf Occo; Democritus; Democritus|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Hippocrates.; Rinuccio, d'Arezzo; Theodorich Ulsenius; Johann Froschauer
|Notes:||Prefatory poem, "Presumpte philosophorum insipientie ... Th. Ulsenius cecinit": p. 
Appended are two other poems by Theodoricus Ulsenius, the first an elegy on his friend Adolf Occo the elder, who died on July 24, 1503 (p. [15-18]) and the second entitled "Cura morbi francici" (p. )
Concerning the elegy on Occo and the probable imprint date, cf. Brian Lawn, The Salernitan questions, Oxford, 1963, p. 118 and note 6.
For note on translator see D.P. Lockwood, Harvard studies in classical philology, 24 (1913), p.89.
The Latin version of the Hippocratic epistle has incipit: Quod suspicati sumus illud nimirum Damagete fuit ... It is the same as that ascribed to Rinutius (usually identified as Rinuccio d' Arezzo) in several 15th-century manuscripts containing the Epistolae (cf. Hermann Diels, Die Handschriften der antiken Ärzte, Berlin, 1905-06, 1. Teil, p. 38) and in the collection of epistolae of Diogenes, Brutus, and Hippocrates first printed in Florence in 1487.
References: Goff H-276 ("about 1495-1500"); Klebs 522.1 (anon. pr., 1500); not in Schullian.
|Description:|| l. ; 21 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Epistolae. Ad Damagetum (II).|