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De historia stirpium commentarij insignes : maximis impensis et uigiliis...

Title: De historia stirpium commentarij insignes : maximis impensis et uigiliis elaborati, adiectis earundem uiuis plusquam quingentis imaginibus, nunquam antea ad naturae imitationem artificiosius effictis & expressis / Leonharto Fuchsio medico hac nostra aetate longè clarissimo, autore ... ; accessit ijs succincta admodum uocum difficilium & obscurarum passim in hoc opere occurrentium explicatio ; unà cum quadruplici indice, quorum primus quidem stirpium nomenclaturas graecas, alter latinas, tertius officinis seplasiariorum & herbarijs usitatas, quartus germanicas continebit.
Variant Title: De historia stirpivm commentarii insignes
De historia stirpium commentarii insignes
Author(s)/Relationship(s): Fuchs, Leonhart, 1501-1566.
Isingrin, M. (Michael), 1500-1557, printer.
Specklin, Veit Rudolph, -1550., engraver.
Füllmaurer, Heinrich, illustrator.
Specklin, Veit Rudolph, -1550, illustrator.
Publisher: Basileae : In officina Isingriniana, anno Christi MDXLII [1542]
Description: [28], 33, 35-60, [1], 61-896, [4] p. : ill., ports. (woodcuts) ; 39 cm. (fol.)
Content Type: text
Media Type: unmediated
Carrier Type: volume
Language: lat grc ger
Referenced In: Stübler, E. Fuchs, 37
Nissen, C. Botanische Buchillustration (2. Aufl.), 658
Pritzel 3138
Hunt botanical cat., 48
Durling, R.J. NLM 16th cent., 1675
MeSH Subjects: Botany
Plants, Medicinal
Notes: Privilege statement precedes the imprint on the t.p.: Cautum praeterea est inuictissimi Caroli Imperatoris decreto, ne quis alius impunè usquam locorum hos De stirpium historia commentarios excudat, iuxta tenorem priuilegij antè à nobis euulgati.
Full-page woodcuts of the plants. The Latin and German plant names accompany the woodcuts; Greek names are included in the text.
Woodcut portrait of Fuchs on the verso of the title leaf; woodcuts of the artists (Heinricus Füllmaurer and Albertus Meyer) and the engraver (Veit Rudolph Specklin) on the penultimate leaf; final leaf printer’s device (device repeated on t.p.).
Woodcut historiated initials throughout.
Side-notes; includes indexes in Latin, Greek, and German.
Signatures: [alpha]⁶ [beta]⁸ A-Z⁶ a-3f⁶.
NLM copy: the leaves are rubricated throughout; all woodcuts of the plants are hand colored, as are the artist/engraver portraits on the penultimate leaf and the printer’s device on the final page; many woodcuts of the plants are supplied in MS. pencil with the corresponding names from the Linnean system.
NLM copy: the title leaf is no longer conjugate and has been repaired and backed along the spine fold and along the fore-edge.
NLM microfilm copy shelved as: Film 51-69 no. 1
Microfilm. [Bethesda, Md.] : National Library of Medicine, 1951. 1 microfilm reel : negative ; 35 mm. duplicate negative made from deteriorating acetate camera master
Provenance: NLM copy provenance: inscribed on t.p.: "[St. [?]pierre [?]] à Breslaw le 20 Juin 1808". DNLM
NLM Unique ID: 2238021R
Other ID Numbers: (OCoLC)14329555


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