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Ketham, Johannes de:
Fasciculus medicinae [Italian] Fascicolo di medicina. Tr: Sebastianus Manilius. Add: Petrus de Tussignano: Consilium pro peste evitanda. Mundinus: Anatomia (Ed: Petrus Andreas Morsianus)

ISTC No.ik00017000
AuthorKetham, Johannes de
TitleFasciculus medicinae [Italian] Fascicolo di medicina. Tr: Sebastianus Manilius. Add: Petrus de Tussignano: Consilium pro peste evitanda. Mundinus: Anatomia (Ed: Petrus Andreas Morsianus)
ImprintVenice : Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio, 5 Feb. 1493/94
Format
NotesTen full-page woodcuts, one printed in colours; cf. Essling and Kraus cat. 121 (1970) 55 and colour frontispiece
Johannes 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)
Language of itemita
Reference worksGoff K17; CR 3449 = C 2433; Klebs 574.1; Essling 586; Sander 3744; Pell Ms 6973 (6925); CIBN K-10; IGI 5300; IJL2 245; SI 2354; Sallander 1803; Voull(B) 3870; Schäfer 201 & Abb; Pr 4528A; BMC V 344; Fac: Milano, 1924; Torino, 1967 (ed. E. Bottasso); Treviso, 2001 (ed. T. Pesenti); GW M14185
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 87

Holdings

AustriaWien, Liechtenstein
Wien, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (Ink 16.E.22: imperfect, wanting f.1)
FranceParis, Bibliothèque nationale de France (3)
Paris, Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art
Germany Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett
ItalyBergamo, Biblioteca Civica Angelo Mai
Bologna C
Bologna Ist Rizzoli (imperfect)
Bologna, Biblioteca Universitaria
Brescia, Biblioteca Queriniana (2)
Ferrara, Biblioteca Comunale Ariostea
Padova CSU
Padova, Biblioteca dell'Orto Botanico
Parma, Biblioteca Palatina
Rovigo, Biblioteca Accademia dei Concordi
Siena, Biblioteca Comunale degli Intronati
Torino, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria (2)
Venezia, Biblioteca del Museo Correr
Venezia, Biblioteca della Fondazione Querini Stampalia
Venezia, Fondazione Cini
Verona Sem
JapanHiroshima University of Economics
SwedenUppsala, Universitetsbibliotek (2, both imperfect)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandLondon, British Library (IB.21041)
United States of AmericaBethesda MD, National Library of Medicine
Bloomington IN, Indiana University, Lilly Library
New Haven CT, Yale University, Historical Medical Library
New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Department of Prints
New York NY, New York Public Library, Spencer Collection
New York NY, The Morgan Library and Museum
San Marino CA, Huntington Library
Number of holding institutions31
Last Edit2023-11-01 12:00:00.00
 

Ketham, Johannes de:
Fasciculus medicinae [Italian] Fascicolo di medicina. Tr: Sebastianus Manilius. Add: Petrus de Tussignano: Consilium pro peste evitanda. Mundinus: Anatomia (Ed: Petrus Andreas Morsianus)

ISTC No.ik00017000
AuthorKetham, Johannes de
TitleFasciculus medicinae [Italian] Fascicolo di medicina. Tr: Sebastianus Manilius. Add: Petrus de Tussignano: Consilium pro peste evitanda. Mundinus: Anatomia (Ed: Petrus Andreas Morsianus)
ImprintVenice : Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio, 5 Feb. 1493/94
Format
NotesTen full-page woodcuts, one printed in colours; cf. Essling and Kraus cat. 121 (1970) 55 and colour frontispiece
Johannes 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)
Language of itemita
Reference worksGoff K17; CR 3449 = C 2433; Klebs 574.1; Essling 586; Sander 3744; Pell Ms 6973 (6925); CIBN K-10; IGI 5300; IJL2 245; SI 2354; Sallander 1803; Voull(B) 3870; Schäfer 201 & Abb; Pr 4528A; BMC V 344; Fac: Milano, 1924; Torino, 1967 (ed. E. Bottasso); Treviso, 2001 (ed. T. Pesenti); GW M14185
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 87

Holdings

AustriaWien, Liechtenstein
Wien, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (Ink 16.E.22: imperfect, wanting f.1)
FranceParis, Bibliothèque nationale de France (3)
Paris, Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art
Germany Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett
ItalyBergamo, Biblioteca Civica Angelo Mai
Bologna C
Bologna Ist Rizzoli (imperfect)
Bologna, Biblioteca Universitaria
Brescia, Biblioteca Queriniana (2)
Ferrara, Biblioteca Comunale Ariostea
Padova CSU
Padova, Biblioteca dell'Orto Botanico
Parma, Biblioteca Palatina
Rovigo, Biblioteca Accademia dei Concordi
Siena, Biblioteca Comunale degli Intronati
Torino, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria (2)
Venezia, Biblioteca del Museo Correr
Venezia, Biblioteca della Fondazione Querini Stampalia
Venezia, Fondazione Cini
Verona Sem
JapanHiroshima University of Economics
SwedenUppsala, Universitetsbibliotek (2, both imperfect)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandLondon, British Library (IB.21041)
United States of AmericaBethesda MD, National Library of Medicine
Bloomington IN, Indiana University, Lilly Library
New Haven CT, Yale University, Historical Medical Library
New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Department of Prints
New York NY, New York Public Library, Spencer Collection
New York NY, The Morgan Library and Museum
San Marino CA, Huntington Library
Number of holding institutions31
Last Edit2023-11-01 12:00:00.00