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Homo afflictus & iacens; in quem astra, elementa, meteora impressionesque meteorologicae; [electronic resource] : quales sunt: aer corruptus, aquae subterraneae, &c. quin etiam ipsiusmet proprij corporis humores vitiati, conspirant, mugiunt, saeviunt, funestamque important pestem. : Diuino praeuio auxilio, atque gratiâ, subleuatur, venenum[que] pestis atrocissimum praecauetur, curatur, eradicatur, varia[que] eius symptomata resecantur, / per Andream Gallum, Tridentinum, Inuictissimi Rom. Imper. Ferdinandi, P.M. Serenissimorum[que] Archiducum Austriae Archiatruim ac Consiliarium. ; Cum indicibus, tum remediorum, tum variarum rerum notabilium.

Author/Creator:
Gallo, Andrea.
Publication:
[F]rancofurti, : Impensis Egenolphi Emmelij., MDCVIII. [1608]
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource ([16], 622, [9] p.)
Series:
Early European books.
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Other Title:
Homo afflictus et iacens
Subjects:
Black Death -- Europe -- Early works to 1800.
Plague -- Treatment -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine -- Formulae, receipts, prescriptions -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
Germany Frankfurt am Main.
System Details:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Notes:
Edited by Peter Uffenbach. Cf. Wellcome Library catalog.
A reissue of Fascis aureus de peste ... 1606, with new t.p. and preliminary matter reset. Cf. Wellcome Library catalog.
"Epicedium ... D. Andreae de Gallis ... scriptum ... a Doct. Laurentio Span a Spanouu": p. 616-622.
Printer's device on t.p.; initials; printed marginalia; headpieces and tailpieces.
Includes index.
Signatures: ):(⁸ A-Z⁸ Aa-Qq⁸ Rr⁴.
Imperfect: tightly bound with slight loss of print.
Reproduction of original in: The Wellcome Library (London England).
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : ProQuest, 2012 Mode of access: World Wide Web. Available to subscribing institutions. s2012 miun o
Cited in:
Wellcome cat. of printed books, 2668
Contributor:
Uffenbach, Peter, 1566-1635, editor.
Span von Spanau, Laurentius, 1566-1635.
Emmel, Egenolff, d. 1627, printer.
OCLC:
846903893
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.