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Title Theatrum sanitatis di Ububchasym de Baldach : codice 4182 della Biblioteca casanatense di Roma.

Published Parma : Franco Maria Ricci, 1970-1971.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail SpC/Med f  THEA  v.1    NOT FOR LOAN
 UniM Bail SpC/Med f  THEA  v.2    NOT FOR LOAN
 UniM Bail SpC/Med f  THEA  v.3    NOT FOR LOAN
Uniform title Theatrum sanitatis. Italian & Latin.
Physical description 3 volumes : colour illustrations ; 36 cm.
Series I Segni dell'uomo ; 7-9.
Segni dell'uomo ; 7-9.
Notes The Theatrum sanitatis and the group of mss. known as Tacuinum sanitatis are illustrated, abridged versions of an unillustrated archetype, the Taqwīm al-ṣiḥḥah of Ibn Buṭlān, here called Ububchasym de Baldach.
Quasi-facsimile of the ms. The miniatures are in full color, but mounted on blue paper on which the captions have been photo-offset from the ms. On facing pages are transcription of the Latin captions, together with Italian translation augmented by additions from other sources.
Includes introd. (in v. 2) by Antonio Marazzi, a study on the medicine of the Theatrum sanitatis by Adalberto Pazzini, and a codicological essay by Emma Pirani.
Contents Studio storico medico / Adalberto Pazzini -- Analisi bibliografico / Emma Pirani -- Prefazione / Mario Salmi.
Local note SpC/Med copy presented by the Friends of the Baillieu Library.
Other author Ibn Buṭlān, -approximately 1068.
Ibn Buṭlān, -approximately 1068. Taqwīm al-ṣiḥḥah.
Subject Biblioteca casanatense. Manuscript. 4182.
Materia medica -- Early works to 1800.
Materia medica -- Pictorial works -- Early works to 1800.
Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Italy -- Rome -- Facsimiles.
Illumination of books and manuscripts, Italian.
Local donor Friends of the Baillieu Library Donor.