Nicolai Fontani - Observationum rariorum analecta - 1641

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Nicolai Fontani - Observationum rariorum analecta - 1641
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Fontani (Nicolai)

Observationum rariorum analecta.

Amstelodami [Amsterdam], Henrici Laurentii Bibliopolae, 1641.

1 octavo volume (174 x 133 mm), green leather with long grain (nineteenth century binding), double gilded fillet framing the covers, gilded coat of arms in the centre, adorned ribbed spine, ex-libris with the coats of arms of Bibliotheca Cortina and Dr Eugène Olivier, [12]-126-[2] pages (complete). Rubbed corners and headcap/tailcap. Inside in very good condition.

First edition of this collection of medical studies, decorated with 6 engravings in text.

Nicolaas Fonteyn (1589-1667), Dutch physician, anatomist and poet dedicated this collection of medical studies to King Louis XIII. He is considered the first to have studied the amyloid substance whose accumulation is considered today decisive in the appearance of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease.
The work consists of 46 medical texts describing rare, difficult or extraordinary surgical and clinical cases, including neurology cases, some in the form of letters exchanged with doctors and personalities of the time (Zacutus Lusitanus, famous Portuguese Jewish physician (1575-1642), Paul Bodot, bishop of Arras, Gisbertus ab Isendoorn (1601-1657), professor at the University of Harderwijk, etc.).

Bound with the coat of arms of J. Gomez de la Cortina (1808-1868), one of the greatest Spanish bibliophiles of the 19th century. With the motto "Fallitur Hora Legendo" (Reading makes you forget the time).

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Objekt
Buch
Anzahl der Bücher
1
Thema
Heilkunde
Autor/ Illustrator
Nicolai Fontani
Buchtitel
Observationum rariorum analecta
Zustand
Sehr gut
Erscheinungsjahr (ältestes Objekt)
1641
Ausgabe
Erstauflage
Sprache
Französisch
Originalsprache
Ja
Anzahl der Seiten
140
Abmessungen
174×133 mm
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