Title (lat)

Articella

Data Supplier

  Universitätsbibliothek Wien

Digitiser

  Ebooks on Demand

Publisher

Gregorius Vulpe

Publishing

Philippus Pincius

Description

Articella (die kleine Kunst) ist ein Kanon von medizinischen Schriften, der im 11. Jahrhundert an der Schola Medica Salernitana, dem früheren Hospiz des Klosters Monte Cassino entstand. Die Articella entwickelte sich über Jahrhunderte zur Grundlage der europäischen medizinischen Bildung

Katalog Inkunabeln UB Wien: 65

ISTC ia01145000
HCR H 1871
GW 2681

The Articella is a collection of medical treatises bounded together in one volume that was used mainly as textbook and reference manual in medieval times. Over serveral centuries the Articella became the foundation of medical learning.

Object languages

Latin

Date

1491-09-26

Rights

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a
CC BY-NC 2.0 AT - Creative Commons Attribution - Non-Commercial 2.0 Austria License.

CC BY-NC 2.0 AT

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Classification

incunabula

history of medicine

European Projects, Europeana Libraries

ÖFOS 2002, History of medicine

Member of the Collection(s) (1)

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