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De morbo gallico cum aliis: another incunabular edition of Gaspar Torrella's Tractatus cum consiliis contra pudendagram seu morbum gallicum (1497)

AuthorsArrizabalaga, Jon
KeywordsMorbus gallicus
Medical writings
Gaspar Torrella
The Borgian court
Siglo XV
Siglo XVI
Issue Date1987
PublisherLeo S. Olschki Editore
CitationBibliofilia (89) : 145-157 (1987)
AbstractMorbus gallícus ("French Pox"), the paradigm of the so-called new "diseases" was one of the diseases which received most attention in the European Renaissance. Its outbreak during the last decade of the fifteenth century gave rise to a profusion of medical writings, both printed and manuscript, which may have reached two hundred or more by the year 1600. Among the earliest printed writings were those of Gaspar Torrella, a Spanish physician living at the Borgian court in Rome (Valencia, c. 1452/53 -Rome, c. 1519/20). Torrella's writings on morbus gallícus consist of two printed works: the Tractatus cum consiliis contra pundendagram seu morbum gallicum (Rome, P. de la Turre, 22 Nov 1497) and the Dialogus de dolare cum tractatu de ulceribus in pudendagra evenire solitis (Rome, J. Besicken and M. de Amsterdam, 31 Oct 1500). Both are included amongst the numerous writings on morbus gallicus edited by Aloysius Luisinus in 1566-1567.
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