Item #467 DE ARMILLIS VETERUM SCHEDION, INAVRIBUS VETERUM SYNTAGMA, ANTIQUITATUM VETERIS PUERPERII; DE ARMILLIS VETERUM SCHEDION suivi de OLAI WORMII DE AUREO CORNU DANICO ad licetum Responsi. INAVRIBUS VETERUM SYNTAGMA (par Caspar Bartholini ) - DE ANNULIS NARIUM (Miscellaneis Medicis de Morbis biblicis) ANTIQUITATUM VETERIS PUERPERII synopsis a filio (Casparo Bartholino) commentario illustrata. Cvm Thomae Bartholini ad filium epistola. CASPARO BARTHOLINO.
DE ARMILLIS VETERUM SCHEDION, INAVRIBUS VETERUM SYNTAGMA, ANTIQUITATUM VETERIS PUERPERII; DE ARMILLIS VETERUM SCHEDION suivi de OLAI WORMII DE AUREO CORNU DANICO ad licetum Responsi. INAVRIBUS VETERUM SYNTAGMA (par Caspar Bartholini ) - DE ANNULIS NARIUM (Miscellaneis Medicis de Morbis biblicis) ANTIQUITATUM VETERIS PUERPERII synopsis a filio (Casparo Bartholino) commentario illustrata. Cvm Thomae Bartholini ad filium epistola.
DE ARMILLIS VETERUM SCHEDION, INAVRIBUS VETERUM SYNTAGMA, ANTIQUITATUM VETERIS PUERPERII; DE ARMILLIS VETERUM SCHEDION suivi de OLAI WORMII DE AUREO CORNU DANICO ad licetum Responsi. INAVRIBUS VETERUM SYNTAGMA (par Caspar Bartholini ) - DE ANNULIS NARIUM (Miscellaneis Medicis de Morbis biblicis) ANTIQUITATUM VETERIS PUERPERII synopsis a filio (Casparo Bartholino) commentario illustrata. Cvm Thomae Bartholini ad filium epistola.
DE ARMILLIS VETERUM SCHEDION, INAVRIBUS VETERUM SYNTAGMA, ANTIQUITATUM VETERIS PUERPERII; DE ARMILLIS VETERUM SCHEDION suivi de OLAI WORMII DE AUREO CORNU DANICO ad licetum Responsi. INAVRIBUS VETERUM SYNTAGMA (par Caspar Bartholini ) - DE ANNULIS NARIUM (Miscellaneis Medicis de Morbis biblicis) ANTIQUITATUM VETERIS PUERPERII synopsis a filio (Casparo Bartholino) commentario illustrata. Cvm Thomae Bartholini ad filium epistola.
DE ARMILLIS VETERUM SCHEDION, INAVRIBUS VETERUM SYNTAGMA, ANTIQUITATUM VETERIS PUERPERII; DE ARMILLIS VETERUM SCHEDION suivi de OLAI WORMII DE AUREO CORNU DANICO ad licetum Responsi. INAVRIBUS VETERUM SYNTAGMA (par Caspar Bartholini ) - DE ANNULIS NARIUM (Miscellaneis Medicis de Morbis biblicis) ANTIQUITATUM VETERIS PUERPERII synopsis a filio (Casparo Bartholino) commentario illustrata. Cvm Thomae Bartholini ad filium epistola.

DE ARMILLIS VETERUM SCHEDION, INAVRIBUS VETERUM SYNTAGMA, ANTIQUITATUM VETERIS PUERPERII; DE ARMILLIS VETERUM SCHEDION suivi de OLAI WORMII DE AUREO CORNU DANICO ad licetum Responsi. INAVRIBUS VETERUM SYNTAGMA (par Caspar Bartholini ) - DE ANNULIS NARIUM (Miscellaneis Medicis de Morbis biblicis) ANTIQUITATUM VETERIS PUERPERII synopsis a filio (Casparo Bartholino) commentario illustrata. Cvm Thomae Bartholini ad filium epistola.

BARTHOLINI Thomae & Caspar (BARTHOLIN Thomas) (BARTHOLINUS), 1676. First Complete Edition. Paper Boards. Three tomes (16), 114, (14) pp. and a c. of table folded several times, 40 pp., (16), 148, (2), 17, (9) pp. Bound in publishers brown boards. Beautifully described and illustrated works, First complete edition, a previous edition where only the first volume was present, came out in 1647 and also lacked part of the illustrations. Bartholin Thomas and Ole Worm were two of Denmark's most famous doctors and professors of the seventeenth century making great contributions to world medicine. Bartholin in particular carried on Harvey's research on blood circulation and became one of the pioneers of the analysis of the lymphatic system. But uniting the two great scholars was the passion for history and archeology by putting together two of the largest and most interesting collections of archaeological finds and curiosities in Europe. The work presented here, complete with all its parts, is one of the most important repertoires on bracelets, jewels, antique jewels published up to that time. Full of images, the volume describes in detail various ancient jewels in their form, material, use and ritual value. For the numerous references to the secret symbols of some jewels, the work is also cited in the Esoteric Library n. 233 "est question dans cet ouvrage non seulement de la licorne, ma aussi d animaux cornus et de monstres humains, par exemple de François Trouillet qui vivait aux environs de 1599 et avait au milieu du front une veritable corne de bélier". In fact, Worm was a major proponent that horns sold as Unicorn horns were actually Narwhal horns. Curious, however, to note that Worm made experiments to test the magical healing qualities of horns coming to the conclusion that they had the ability to fight poisoning if ingested crumbled.
Ref. Bibl .: Bibl. Danica II: 446 Inavribus Bibl. Danica II: 446 Antiquitatum Bibl. Danica II: 445. good. Item #467

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