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Title
Carmina de urina[rum] iudiciis / edita ab excelle[n]tissimo d[omi]no m[a]g[ist]ro Egidio cu[m] co[m]mento eiusdem feliciter incipiunt.
Carmina de urinarum iudiciis
Carmina de urinarum judiciis
De urinis
Name/Creator
Gilles, de Corbeil, fl. 1200, creator
Gentilis Fulginas, d. 1348
Avenantius, de Camerino, 15th-16th cent
Cerdonis, Matthaeus, fl. 1482-1487, printer.
HOLLIS IDDigital Object
[Provides access to page images of entire work]  http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HMS.COUNT:1170266 
Location
Countway Medicine

Networked Resource
Place of Origin
[Padua
Publisher
I[m]pressus [per] m[a]g[ist]r[u]m Matheu[m] Cerdonis [de] Uuindischgrecz
Language
Latin
Description
[132] p. ; 21 cm. (4to)
Form/Genre
text

print
Subject
Urine ;  Urine -- Early works to 1800 ;  ItalyPadua

Category
Humoral Theory

Medical Education and Practice

Pestilence

Early Printed Books

Note
Caption title.

Commentary by Gentilis Fulginas; edited by Avenantius de Camerino.

"Hic modus imponit[us] Tractulo de cognoscendis urinis peritissimi magistri Egidii cu[m] exposito[n]e [et] [com]me[n]to m[a]g[ist]ri Ge[n]tilis [de] fulgineo su[m]ma cu[m] dilige[nt]a plurib[us] i[n] locis castigat[us] a m[agistr]o. Auena[n]tio [de] cameri[n]o artiu[m] [et] medici[n]e p[ro]fessore padueq[ue] i[m]pressus [per] m[a]g[ist]r[u]m matheu[m] Cerdonis [de] uuindischgrecz die 12 iulii. Anno 1483"--P. [125].

Gatherings: [1-7]⁸ [8]⁶ [9]⁴.

Chancery quarto; 32 lines; area of text: 144 x 91 mm. With woodcut initials and paragraph marks; without catchwords and foliation.

First leaf of every conjugate fold numbered.


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