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Christianus medicus. Sive, disceptatio quaedam instituta adversus receptam publice opinionem, bene medicum male christianum existere

Christianus medicus. Sive, disceptatio quaedam instituta adversus receptam publice opinionem, bene medicum male christianum existere

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Christianus medicus, siue disceptatio quaedam instituta aduersus receptam publice opinionem, bene medicum male christianum existere, in qua comprimis Galenus vindicatus a 4. calumnijs..., 1572 May 15.
Creator: Hubbell, Rose Strong Trippe, Simon
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Date: 1752 May 15
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Pages are ruled in red; marginal annotations in the same hand in the marginal compartments.
Annotation on recto of front flyleaf: "Presented to Chas. Leeson Prince M.R.C.S by The late Revd. Edward Turner Rector of Maresfield Sussex. 1870."
Tipped in on recto of front flyleaf: printed dealer description.
Annotation by Edward Turner on added p. 1 containing detailed biographical information on Simon Trippe.
Bookplate: Ex libris Robert Hoe.
Bookplate: T[homas] J[efferson] Coolidge, Jr.
Binding: contemporary full paneled calf, extensive gold tooled decoration on boards and spine; cloth ties not present. Possibly bound for the dedicatee, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester.
Ex libris Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. Ex libris Edward Turner. Ex libris Charles Leeson Prince. Ex libris Robert Hoe. Ex libris Thomas Jefferson Coolidge. Purchased from Arthur Freeman on the James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Fund, 2004.
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Manuscript on paper in a single Italic hand of a treatise on the compatibility of the science of medicine with belief in Christianity and a vindication of Galen against four traditional attacks on him, including the "calumnies" that Galen favored reason over religion and that he scoffed at both Judaism and Christianity. Trippe frequently alludes to and quotes other medical and scientific authors in developing his argument, including Hippocrates, Dioscorides, Nicander, Avicenna, and his contemporaries Antonio Guainerio, Jean Fernel, Pietro Andreas Mattioli, and Leonhard Fuchs, as well as the humanist thinkers Henry Cornelius Agrippa, Guillaume Bude, and Ramus (Pierre de la Ramee).
Text prefaced (p. 5-7) by a dedicatory epistle to Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, who was Chancellor of Oxford and from whom Trippe was soliciting recommendation for appointment as Physician of Corpus Christi.
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1 vol. (176 p., with blanks) ; 21 cm. x 15 cm.
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
Curated Collection: The Osborn Collection
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Object ID: 2008102
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