- Heavily annotated copy w. underlinings in 17th cent. hand, incl. quotations of i.a. Plato and Cicero on upper pastedown. Two owner's entries on title in pen and ink (i.a. "1747 Ex lib. J.J.Cremer"). Some wormholing affecting text; sl. browned throughout; one woodcut censored w. black ink (the embracing couple). Vellum soiled and wormholed; dam. spot at top of spine.
= A 16th century guide with precepts for preserving good health. Eobanus, a humanist and distinguished poet, also studied medicine for several years. The book includes chapters on daily life, food, herbs, brewing beer and wine. Woodcuts include: a vomiting drunkard ("De ebrietate"), a man taking a siesta ("De somno meridiano"), a couple embracing in bed ("De venere") and a man crouched over a chamber-pot. Oberlé, Bibliothèque Bachique 54; Simon, Bibliotheca Bacchica 222; Adams E195; cf. Vicaire 331 (ed. 1531); cf. Bibliotheca Walleriana 2768 (ed. 1560); cf. Durling 2293 (ed.1571). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXIX.
BOUND WITH: Curio, J. Conservandae bonae valetudinis praecepta longe saluberrima. Ibid., idem, 1582, (8),280,(4) lvs., num. woodcut ills.
- Annotated copy in the same hand as in the preceding work, occas. in red pen and ink.
= Oberlé, Bibliothèque Bachique 54 (also bound w. the preceding work); cf. Simon, Bibliotheca Bacchica 174-183; cf. Bibliotheca Walleriana 7819 (ed. 1559); cf. Durling 3826 (ed. 1557).
AND WITH: Rantzau, H. De conservanda valetudine. Leipsic, J. Steinman, 1582, (12),169p., woodcut title vignette, woodcut coat of arms of the author.
- Annotated copy in the same hand as in the preceding works, occas. in red pen and ink.
= Durling 3791; cf. Bibliotheca Walleriana 7744 (ed. 1576).