2 edition of bibliography of the poem, Syphilis, sive Morbus gallicus found in the catalog.
bibliography of the poem, Syphilis, sive Morbus gallicus
A preliminary list was issued in 1933 under title: Handlist of editions of the poem, Syphilis, sive Morbvs gallicvs by Girolamo Fracastoro, of Verona
|Statement||[by] Leona Baumgartner and John F. Fulton|
|Contributions||Fulton, John Farquhar, 1899-1960|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., -157 p.|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||35008555|
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Bibliography of the poem Syphilis sive Morbus gallicus by Girolamo Fracastoro of Verona. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Baumgartner, Leona, Bibliography of the poem Syphilis sive Morbus gallicus by Girolamo Fracastoro of Verona.
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Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: 7. By Rebecca Pou, Project Archivist To celebrate National Poetry Month, we are sharing a poem from our collection each week during April.
Syphilis seems like an unlikely topic for a poem, yet it is the subject of an important and popular work. Syphilis, or the French Disease, was first published in At that time, syphilis.
The name for syphilis is derived from Fracastoro's epic poem in three books, Syphilis sive morbus gallicus ("Syphilis or The French Disease"), about a shepherd boy named Syphilus who insulted the Greek god Apollo and was punished by that god with a horrible disease.
The poem suggests using mercury and "guaiaco" as a cure. In this work Baumgartner and Fulton show how delightful bibliography may be. In illustration of its interest they say in the preface: "Every edition of a book and particularly every translation has human interest.
One wishes to know something of the printer, the editor, or translator, as well as the. Hieronymi Fracastori Syphilis sive Morbus gallicus Hieronymi Fracastori Syphilis sive Morbus gallicus by Fracastoro, Girolamo, ; Choulant, Ludwig, Bibliography of the poem Syphilis Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number Pages: A Bibliography Of The Poem Syphilis Sive Morbus Gallicus By Girolamo Fracastoro Of Verona By Leona Baumgartner; John F.
Fulton. [REVIEW] George Sarton - - Isis As stated in the bibliography by Baumgartner and Fulton, which is devoted exclusively to the poem, "[t]he full extent of the influence exerted by a work which has received such wide recognition cannot be adequately estimated without searching bibliographical analysis", and thus they have traced editions of Fracastoro's Syphilis-poem.
Hieronymi Fracastorii, or Girolamo Fracastoro, () was one of the most important people at the center of the intellectual scene of the early sixteenth century, not only for the famous poem "Syphils sive Morbus Gallicus" (), but also for its proposal for an alternative to the Ptolemaic astronomical system, developed a few years before the Copernican revolution, based on.
Syphilis, then rampant in Europe, derives its names from his poem Syphilis sive morbus Gallicus (). His work De contagione () lists the three modes by which contagion spread—simple contact, carriers (such as cloths, bedding, etc.), and from a distance (in which some have seen his unlikely anticipation of.
Syphilis sive Morbus gallicus (Latin Edition) [Hieronymi Fracastorii] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Hieronymi Fracastori Syphilis sive Morbus gallicus. This book, Syphilis sive Morbus gallicus, by Hieronymi Fracastorii. Between andi.e., for years, no complete French translation of Fracastoro's poem Syphilis sive Morbus Gallicus has been published, but then within two years two new editions with introduction, translation, and notes have appeared: one in by Christine Dussin as vol.
of the series "Textes de la Renaissance" (Paris. A Bibliography of the Poem Syphilis Sive Morbus Gallicus by Girolamo Fracastoro of Verona By Clarence W.
Mendell Topics: Book ReviewAuthor: Clarence W. Mendell. Hieronymus Fracastor's Syphilis, from the original Latin; a translation in prose of Fracastor's immortal poem by Fracastoro, Girolamo, ; Martin, Solomon Claiborne, b. trPages: 1 According to L.
Baumgartner and J.F. Fulton, A Bibliography of the Poem Syphilis sive Morbus Gallicus (New Haven: Yale U.P., ), Tate's edition is 'the first complete translation of Fracastoro's poem into any language' (91). 2 Tate's translation appeared in the Cited by: 2.
Contains the complete text of the poem, "Syphils sive Morbus Gallicus the first appearance of the medical condition of syphilis. While filled with mythological allusions, the poem affords a good clinical description of the origin, symptoms and treatment of the disease now known by the name Fracastoro gave to one of his characters.
In he published his poem Syph- ilis, Sive Morbus Gallicus ("Syphilis, or the French Disease' '), in which he christened the dis- ease.4 Later, inhe produced a serious med- ical work, De Contagionibus et Contagionis Mor- bis et Eorum Curatione ("On Contagion, Conta- gious Diseases, and Their Cure").5 The following excerpt from.
In the first one, the well known poem "Syphilidis sive de morbo gallico libri tres" (Three books on syphilis or the French disease), he coined the name by which we now know the disease from the legend of a shepherd called Syphilus who had purportedly gotten the illness as a punishment for defying the gods.
In the poem he described in literary. Baumgartner L, Fulton JF: A bibliography of the poem Syphilis sive morbus gallicus by Girolamo Fracastoro of Verona.
New Haven: Yale University Press; Fulton JF: A note on the definition of the "motor" and "premotor" areas. Brain: a journal of neurology In the s, while at Yale, Dr.
Baumgartner worked with John Farquhar Fulton, M.D., to produce an annotated bibliography of editions of the poem Syphilis by Girolamo Fracastoro. Fracastoro (), a Veronese physician and philosopher, is best remembered for his composition of Syphilis, sive morbus Gallicus, first printed in Girolamo Fracastoro (Fracastorius) (Verona, — Incaffi, 8 de agosto de ) foi um médico, matemático, geógrafo e poeta italiano.
Nascido de uma antiga família Veronesa, foi educado em Pádua onde aos 19 anos de idade foi nomeado professor da conta de sua eminência na prática de medicina, foi eleito médico do Concílio de : 8 de agosto deIncaffi.
A bibliography of the poem Syphilis sive morbus gallicus by Girolamo Fracastoro of Verona / Leona Baumgartner and John F. Fulton Baumgartner, Leona [ Book: ]. Syphilis sive morbus gallicus in Fracastoro’s biographical context (chapter2); a study of the poem in its heroic and didactic characters, where Vons displays her good knowledge of the classical Greco-Latin myths on health and medicine — a rather.
But it is the physician, geographer, and poet Girolamo Fracastoro (–) who was the first to use the term “syphilis” in in a Latin poem titled “Syphilis sive morbus gallicus” published in three books 1, 8, 9, In book I, he described the evolution of the disease: incubation (I, Cited by: 3.
term “syphilis” appeared only in the s when Girolamo Fracastoro used it for the first time in his poem. Syphilis sive morbus gallicus. It took a long time, however, for the new name to gain its current prevalence: morbus gallicus.
and its vernacular equivalents remained much more common in the German lands throughout the sixteenth Size: 3MB. In a epic poem, Italian physician and poet Hieronymus Fracastorius coined 'Syphilis' as the name of his poem's protagonist, a shepherd afflicted.
See L. Baumgartner and J.-F. Fulton, A Bibliography of the Poem Syphilis sive Morbus Gallicus by Girolamo Fracastoro of Verona (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, ).
Google Scholar F. Cairns, ‘Fracastoro’s Syphilis, the Argonautic Tradition and the Ætiology of Syphilis’, Humanistica Lovaniensia, 43 () –Cited by: 8. Girolamo Fracastoro, a prominent Italian humanist, taught logic at the University of Padua and later practiced medicine in Verona.
He is most famous for his study of syphilis, penning a narrative poem in Latin, Syphilis sive morbus Gallicus (), and writing De contagione (), both of which describe the nature of syphilis, how diseases are spread, and possible cures for diseases.
Fulton, John F. (John Farquhar) A bibliography of the Honourable Robert Boyle, A bibliography of the poem Syphilis sive Morbus gallicus by Girolamo Fracastoro of Verona by Leona Baumgartner (Book) 3 editions published. A Bibliography of the Poem Syphilis sive morbus gallicus by Girolamo Fracastoro of Verona.
New Haven: Yale University Press, New Haven: Yale University Press, Klebs, Leona Baumgartner, John Fulton, and Harvey Cushing. A Bibliography of the poem "Syphilis sive de morbus Gallicus" by Girolamo Fracastoro of Verona New Haven, Yale University Press, ( cm), pp., frontispiece and 9 plates.
The word syphilis comes from the New Latin, from Syphilus, hero of the poem Syphilis sive Morbus Gallicus ("Syphilis or the French disease") by a sixteenth. poem “Syphils sive Morbus Gallicus” in which was es- tablished the use of the term “syphilis” for this terrible and inexplicably transmitted disease, often referr ed to.
on syphilis: his famous poem, in which he gave a name to the disease, and a prose treatise. From the comparison of he had corrected his previous work on morbus gallicus and was preparing a new treaty on syphilis, this time a prose work (Porcacchi, Atanagi,folv).
Girolamo Fracastoro and the invention of syphilis 4 Syphilis. In Fracastor, a poet and physician, published the poem, Syphilis sive Morbus Gallicus, translated Syphilis or the French Disease.
The main character was a shepherd in Hispaniola named Syphilis. Syphilis caught the disease for disrespecting the Gods. Recent Literature of the English Renaissance Baumgarten, Leona, and John F. Fulton. A Bibliography of the Poem Syphilis Sive Morbus Gallicus by Girolamo Fracastoro.
Francasto’s poem on the or igins of syphilis . The autoportraits of Gerard d e Lairesse ( 11), as well as his portrait painted by Rembrandt in the XVIIth.
Definition of syphilis in the dictionary. [NL., fr. Syphilus, the name of a shepherd in the Latin poem of Fracastoro, Syphilus, sive Morbus Gallicus, which was published in ; Gr. hog, swine + dear, loving. The term was introduced into nosology by Sauvages.] Publish a book before you are Practice poetry.
For. The second concept of this book is to study remedy synthesis. In every case or remedy investigation, it is important to conclude with a synthesis of what is to be cured. A method of synthesis using grammar and geometry is clearly shown throughout this book.
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