Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Ketham, Johannes de:
Fasciculus medicinae. Add: Petrus de Tussignano: Consilium pro peste evitanda

ISTC No.ik00013000
AuthorKetham, Johannes de
TitleFasciculus medicinae. Add: Petrus de Tussignano: Consilium pro peste evitanda
ImprintVenice : Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio, 26 July 1491
Format
NotesJohannes de Ketham can be convincingly identified as Hans von Kircheim of Swabia, fl. 1455-1470, professor of medicine in Vienna, who used this collection for his lectures and recommended it to his pupils. This collection of texts was in circulation by 1400. See K. Sudhoff, The Fasciculus Medicinae of Johannes de Ketham, Alemanus. Facsimile of the first, Venetian, edition of 1491 (Milan, 1924)
Reference worksGoff K13; H 9774*; Klebs 573.1; Sander 3743; Essling 585; CIBN K-6; IGI VI 5296-A; IBP 3169; Madsen 2421; Sack(Freiburg) 2099; Hubay(Augsburg) 1229; Hunt 2586; Walsh 1979; BSB-Ink F-53; GW M14176; Fac: ed. Sudhoff, Milan, 1924
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1995. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 13 - Medical Incunabula Part III, MI 84

Holdings

AustriaWien, ÖNB (Ink 14.B.15)
DenmarkCopenhagen RL
FranceParis BN
GermanyAugsburg SStB
Freiburg i.Br. UB
Mainz GM/StB (Ink.419)
München BSB
Passau SB
Trier StB
Tübingen UB
ItalyVenezia Fond Cini
PolandWrocław Kap
SwitzerlandBasel UB
United States of AmericaBoston, MA, Harvard University, Countway Library of Medicine
San Marino CA, Huntington Library
Yale Univ., Historical Library of the Medical School
Vatican CityVaticano BAV (2: Inc.S.164, Stamp.Ross.2170(1)
Number of holding institutions17
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:33:42
 

Ketham, Johannes de:
Fasciculus medicinae. Add: Petrus de Tussignano: Consilium pro peste evitanda

ISTC No.ik00013000
AuthorKetham, Johannes de
TitleFasciculus medicinae. Add: Petrus de Tussignano: Consilium pro peste evitanda
ImprintVenice : Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio, 26 July 1491
Format
NotesJohannes de Ketham can be convincingly identified as Hans von Kircheim of Swabia, fl. 1455-1470, professor of medicine in Vienna, who used this collection for his lectures and recommended it to his pupils. This collection of texts was in circulation by 1400. See K. Sudhoff, The Fasciculus Medicinae of Johannes de Ketham, Alemanus. Facsimile of the first, Venetian, edition of 1491 (Milan, 1924)
Reference worksGoff K13; H 9774*; Klebs 573.1; Sander 3743; Essling 585; CIBN K-6; IGI VI 5296-A; IBP 3169; Madsen 2421; Sack(Freiburg) 2099; Hubay(Augsburg) 1229; Hunt 2586; Walsh 1979; BSB-Ink F-53; GW M14176; Fac: ed. Sudhoff, Milan, 1924
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1995. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 13 - Medical Incunabula Part III, MI 84

Holdings

AustriaWien, ÖNB (Ink 14.B.15)
DenmarkCopenhagen RL
FranceParis BN
GermanyAugsburg SStB
Freiburg i.Br. UB
Mainz GM/StB (Ink.419)
München BSB
Passau SB
Trier StB
Tübingen UB
ItalyVenezia Fond Cini
PolandWrocław Kap
SwitzerlandBasel UB
United States of AmericaBoston, MA, Harvard University, Countway Library of Medicine
San Marino CA, Huntington Library
Yale Univ., Historical Library of the Medical School
Vatican CityVaticano BAV (2: Inc.S.164, Stamp.Ross.2170(1)
Number of holding institutions17
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:33:42