Second edn., large 4to., wide-margined and untrimmed, 2 vol., vol 1, xxxvi,536,(DXXXVII; vol 2, (537)-1196pp. Attractively rebacked, half cloth with marbled boards, new endpapers, pages untrimmed and edges dusty, pages rippled with occasional minor marks, some light damp staining at end of vol 2 ow Good +. [Astruc 1684-1766 was a scientist of note, an erudite scholar and an excellent teacher. His knowledge was extensive, covering all phases of medicine. This treatise is his best known work. Garrison & Morton (5195) write "Considering the period in which it was written, this is an admirable and comprehensive book on the subject. It includes a careful review of the existing literature." Also it contains "Dissertatioi. De origine, appellatione, natura & curatione Morborum Venereorum inter Sinas." in which for the first time Chinese medical terminology was reproduced in a Western work in correctly printed Chinese characters. D.Sc.Biog.]. N° de ref. de la librería 1353
Título: De Morbis Venereis Libri Novem.
Editorial: Paris Cavelier
Año de publicación: 1740
Descripción 1740. LIBRO: (MEDICINA). Lutetiae Parisiorum: Apud Guillelmum Cavelier, 1760. 2 vol. 4º. XXXVI. + 1.196 p. Enc. piel editorial con lomo decorado. Doble tejuelo. Cubierta rozada y con lomos semipartidos. Manchas del tiempo. Marcas de polilla. Nº de ref. de la librería 1280629