Title (lat)

De observatione in pestilentia

Author

Alessandro Benedetti

Alexander Benedictus

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Description

Alexander Benedictus (ca. 1445-1525) war Professor für Anatomie und Chirurgie an der Universität Padua. Er erlangte Berühmtheit für das erste Anatomische Theater in dem er auch selbst sezierte. Er veröffentlichte Schriften zu einer Vielzahl von Themen, aber vorwiegend zur Anatomie.
De observatione in pestilentia befasst sich mit der Pest/ Krankheit, Benedictus verweist darin auf Galen und Hippokrates.

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Alessandro Benedetti (about 1445-1525) was Professor of Anatomy and Surgery at Padua University. He became famous for the construction of the first anatomical theater ever built, where he personally used to carry out dissections. He published articles on many subjects, first of all on anatomy.
De observatione in pestilentia deals with the plague/illness, referencing Galen and Hippocrates


Object languages

German

Date

1493-07-29

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Classification

incunabula

medical history

European Projects, Europeana Libraries

ÖFOS 2002, History of medicine

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o:73336 Incunabula of the main library of Vienna University Library