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Delle cose, che vengono portate dall'Indie Occidentali pertinenti all'uso della medicina Novamente recata dalla spagnola nella nostra lingua italiana
Bib ID 2446227
Format BookBook
Author
Monardes, Nicolás, approximately 1512-1588
 
Description Venetia, Giordan Ziletti, 1582 
[14], 249 (i. e. 243), [13] p. : illus. ; 18 cm. 
Notes

In two parts. Part 2 (p. [113]-249 i. e. 243) has special title page, with imprint of Francesco Ziletti.

A reprint of the anonymous translation published by Giordano Ziletti in 1576, which differs from the version by Annibale Briganti. Cf. note on that edition.

Bound with Orta, Garcia de. Due libri dell'historia de i semplici. Venetia, 1582.

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