Johann Sperling, Dissertatio de principiis corporis naturalis + Johann Hülsemann, Methodus concionandi...., Wittenberg, Johannis Bergeri, 1671. Two works bound together.
Solid binding in full rigid coeval parchment, very well preserved. Blank endpapers.
Pp. (XVI), 160 + (XVI), 447, (I). Both works are complete.
Copy with sheets in overall very good condition, without any relevant flaws.
Rare set of 17th-century works by important authors. Sperling (1603-1658) was a German doctor, zoologist and physician, deacon and Rektor of the University of Wittenberg. He was among the first to practice zoology as a natural science.
Johann Hülsemann (1602-1661) was instead a German Lutheran theologian. He is known as one of Georgius Calixtus’ most prominent Lutheran academic opponents in the syncretistic controversy.
- Number of Books
- Natural History, Religion, Science (general)
- Author/ Illustrator
- Johann Sperling / Johann Hülsemann
- Book Title
- Dissertatio de principiis corporis naturalis + Methodus concionandi
- Very good
- Publication year oldest item
- Original language
- Binding/ Material
- Number of pages
- 18×10 cm