3 edition of Certaine vvorkes of Galens, called Methodus medendi found in the catalog.
Certaine vvorkes of Galens, called Methodus medendi
by Printed by Thomas East, dwelling betweene Paules Wharfe and Baynards Castle in At London
Written in English
|Other titles||Methodus medendi., Certaine workes of Galens, called Methodus medendi.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 510:6.|
|Contributions||Gale, Thomas, 1507-1587.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 138 leaves|
|Number of Pages||138|
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Certaine vvorkes of Galens, called Methodus medendi: with a briefe declaration of the worthie art of medicine, the office of a chirurgion, and an epitome of the third booke of Galen, of naturall faculties: all translated into English, by Thomas Gale Maister in Chirurgerie.
[Certaine workes of Galens, called Methodus medendi,]: [with a briefe declaration of the worthie art of medicine, the office of a chirurgion, and An epitome of the third booke of Galen, of naturall faculties.
A compendious chyrurgerie: gathered, & translated (especially) out of Wecker, at the request of certaine, but encreased and enlightened with certaine annotations, resolutions & supplyes, not impertinent to this treatise, nor vnprofitable to the reader: published for the benefite of all his countreymen, by Ihon Banester maister in chyrurgerie by Wecker, Johann Jacob, Certaine VVorkes of Galens, called Methodus medendi (),1 custom called for an explanation for the decision to make medical knowledge available in English.2 Methodus medendi, as the text is usually referred to, was one of the most significant medical books during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
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Thomas East, London Google ScholarCited by: 1. This book has been cited by the following publications. A Breefe Treatise, Called Caryes Farewell to Physicke.
London: Henrie Denham, Certaine Workes of Galens, called Methodus Medendi. Trans. Thomas Gale. London, Early English Books Online. 12 July [Certaine workes of Galens, called Methodus medendi,]: [with a briefe declaration of the worthie art of medicine, The office of a chirurgion, and An epitome of the third booke of Galen, of naturall faculties [Ressource électronique] / all translated into English, by Thomas Gale Maister in chirurgerie.].
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De methodo medendi. Books 4. English. Guy, de Chauliac, ca. Galen. Copland, Robert, fl. The editor's name, George Baker, appears on : William Clowes. Galen's System of Physiology and Medicine, by Rudolph E. Siegel, pp, with illus, $, Basel: S.
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The Antonine Plague, or the Plague of Galen, was a pandemic of either smallpox or measles, for which the ancient Romans had no immunity. A catalogue of books printed beforev. 1 () no.where the book is entered under Galen, with title: Certaine workes of Galens, called Methodus medendi The Wellcome copy (identical in contents) lacks the title page and two final leaves containing A praierthe explicit and the colophon, the last dated 20 Feb., Galen, Certaine works of Galens, called methodus medendi with an epitome of natural faculties, trans.
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