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De oculis eorumque egritudinibus et curis. Translated with notes and illustrations from the first printed edition, Ferrara, 1474, A. D. by Benvenutus Grapheus

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Published by Stanford university press, H. Milford, Oxford university press in Stanford, Calif, London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Ophthalmology -- Early works to 1800 -- Early works to 1800.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Casey A. Wood ...
GenreEarly works to 1800
ContributionsWood, Casey A. 1856-1942 tr.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRE41 .G7
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 101 p., 1 l., incl. front.
Number of Pages101
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16490368M
LC Control Number29024923

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Get this from a library! De oculis eorumque egritudinibus et curis. Translated with notes and illustrations from the first printed edition, Ferrara, , A.D.. [Benvenutus Grapheus; Casey A Wood].   Thanks to Dr. Wood, the "De Oculis" now lies open for easy study by his Englishspeaking colleagues. The printing press was set up at Ferrara in Three years later what is known as the Ferrara edition of the "De Oculis" was struck off, and it is this edition, one of the longest, that was chosen for by: 4. De oculis eorumque egritudinibus et curis. Reprint. Originally published: Stanford University, Calif.: Stanford University Press, De Oculis Eorumque Egritudinibus et Curis by Grassus, Benevenutus ; Wood, Casey A. (trans.) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): :/1 (external link) http. De oculis eorumque egritudinibus et curis. Translated with notes and illustrations from the first printed edition, Ferrara, A.D. Stanford: Stanford University Press, xiii, [l], , [3] p., [5] plates; 23 cm. English translation of the earliest printed book on ophthalmology. De oculis eorumque egritudinibus et curis. Grapheus and S. H. Abstract P. Smith, ] vol. 3, p. , the book was " translated into Englishe, devided into 8 books by FF: B. Doctor of phisique."Signatures: A¹¹, B-I¹², K⁶ (last leaf blank).Reproduction of original in: Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery."The life of. The book is entitled--"Benevenuti Grassi Hierosolomitani Doctoris Celiberrimi ac Expertis Simi de Oculis Eorumque Egritudinibus et Curis Feliciter Incipit." It was printed in Ferrara in , and, therefore is ranked among the first books printed by movable type.

A masterpiece is his translation of the earliest printed book on ophthalmology, De Oculis Eorumque Egritudinibus et Curis, written by the 12th-century physician, Benvenuto Grassi. Wood liked to show how advanced ophthalmologists were even in that era, with their limited equipment. De oculis eorumque egritudinibus et curis. Translated with notes and illustrations from the first printed edition, Ferrara, A. D. By Casey Wood. [Inscribed by Casey Wood]. GRAPHEUS, Benvenutus]. Benevenutus Grassus of Jerusalem. Casey A. Wood, translator. Benevenutus Grassus of Jerusalem: De Oculis Eorumque Egritudinibus et Curis, Translated by Casey A. Wood, imbus, at part (3) in Figure 3, the knife could be seen in the anterior chamber suffi ciently well for the necessary manipulations when the operating light was reflected upon it. Books De oculis eorumque egritudinibus et curis / Benevenutus Grassus ; translated with notes and illustrations from the first printed edition, Ferrara, A.D., by Casey A. Wood. Grapheus, Benvenutus.