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Fortunij Liceti Genuensis philosophi, ac medici ... De his, qui diu viuunt sine alimento libri quatuor : in quibus diuturnae inediae obseruationes, opiniones, & caussae summa cum diligentia explicantur ... : multa item Hippocratis, Platonis, Aristotelis, Galeni, Plinij, Celsi, & aliorum principum autorum obscurissima theoremata illustrantur : cum gemino indice, altero librorum, & capitum, altero rerum notabilium locupletissimo.

Author/Creator:
Liceti, Fortunio, 1577-1657.
Publication:
Patauij : Apud Petrum Bertellium, 1612.
Format/Description:
Book
[68], 199, [1], 162 p. ; 31 cm. (fol.)
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Standardized Title:
De his qui diu vivunt sine alimento
Subjects:
Nutrition -- Early works to 1800.
Starvation -- Early works to 1800.
Notes:
Remainder of t.p. (following "explicantur"): ac oportune de alimento, de alendi functione, de nutriendo corpore, de fame, de siti, de calore natiuo, de humido radicali, de temperamento, de excrementorum vsu, de colliquamentis, de metalli, veneni, medicamenti, misti, ac elementi cuiuslibet habitudine ad alendum corpus, de ecstasi, de siderum, daemonum, & consuetudinis viribus in inedia, de proprietatibus occultis, & de quamplurimis alijs scitu dignissimis exactissime disseritur.
Colophon (leaf f5r) reads: Sumptibus Petri Bertellij bibliopolae Patauini. Vicetiae [sic], typis Francisci Grossi duo libri priores, Patauij praelo Gasparis Criuellarij duo posteriores. ...
Signatures: a b-f A-Q R 2A-2N 2O (-2O4) (f6 blank; final gathering described as "sesquifolium" in register (f5r))
Devices on t.p. and leaf f5r.
Errata: leaf f4.
Penn Provenance:
Bergamo. Biblioteca del Seminario di Bergamo (stamp)
Penn Chronology:
1612
OCLC:
83701174