Guidos questions newly corrected. VVherevnto is added the thirde and fourth booke of Galen, with a treatise for the helps of all the outward parts of mans body. And also an excellent antidotary containing diuers receipts, as well of auncient as latter wryters: faythfully corrected by men skilfull in the sayd arte. ...
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By Thomas East,
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|Item Description:||The editor's name, George Baker, appears on A2r.|
A translation, by Robert Copland revised by George Baker, of selections from the "Chirurgia magna" of Guy de Chauliac, with book 4 of "De methodo medendi" by Galen and an epitome of book 3 of "De compositione medicamentorum per genera" of Galen. The antidotary is assembled from various sources, with contributions by William Clowes.
The translation of the epitome of Galen's book 3 is by George Baker. The translation of Galen's book 4 is essentially a reprint of the adaptation, from Galen's "The institucion of chyrurgerie" (STC 11530.5), of Robert Copland's translation which first appeared in "The questyonary of cyrurgyens" (STC 12468).
Publication date from colophon.
Numerous errors in foliation.
Reproduction of the original in the University of Michigan. Library.
|Physical Description:||, 201 [i.e. 200] leaves|