De Medicina Libri Octo – Celsi, A Corn

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Name of owner on front free end page with some lettering on paste-down. A. Corn. Celsi was a Roman with an almost encyclopedaedic knowlege on medicine whose treatise stands as a best source for understanding Roman medicine. He was a major figure in the study of the origins of ancient medicine. 5 decorated compartments on spine – with title in gilt lettering on orange in one compartment. Red tint to all edges. Engraved illustration of A Corn Celsus (Celsi) as frontispiece and an illustration on Page 599. Scattered foxing with some age-toning. 777 Pages. Condition: Very good for its age. Binding: Hardcover. Speckled boards with leather spine and corners. Edge-wear with bumping and fraying to corners and top edge of spine. Abrasions and a few marks to covers. Evidence of insect damage to top edge of rear board.

Publisher: Caspari Fritsch
Date Published: 1766
Publication Place: Lipsiae (Leipzig)

Condition: Very good for its age.
Binding: Hardcover. Speckled boards with leather spine and corners. Edge-wear with bumping and fraying to corners and top edge of spine. Abrasions and a few marks to covers. Evidence of insect damage to top edge of rear board.

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Weight 850 g