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Ptolemaeus

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Nürnberg, Georgius Wachter, 1530

Title page: ‘De medicis et infirmis collectanea in ordinem centiloquii congesta. Authore Hieronymo Mamfredo clariss<imo> philosopho, medico, astrologo. Insuper in vigintiocto mansiones Lunae deque impedimentis eiusdem generalibus Ioannis Schöneri mathematici collectanea. M.D.XXX. Last page: ‘Impressum Nurembergae sumptu Georgii Vuachter, anno M.D.XXX, mense Martio.’

Astrology: Johannes Schöner, dedicatory letter to Ioannes Schütz (A2r-A3r); poem (A3r-A3v); Girolamo Manfredi, Centiloquium de infirmis et medicis (A4r-C2v); Johannes Schöner, In Lunae observationem collectanea (C3r-C5r); Ptolemaica (C5v-[C7]r).

Lit. VD16 M 565

Exemplar Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Med.g. 298

C5v‑[C7]r

‘Ioannis Ioviani Pontani in verbum LX ac LXI Centiloquii Ptolemei de criticis diebus et Lunae motus observatione expositio. [text] Ptolemaeus. LX verbo. Super aegrotis criticos dies inspice ac Lunae peragrationem in angulis figurae… [comm.] Pontanus. Qui sint dies critici non medicis solum — ([C6]v) [text] … ut quae ei pro motu similia sunt. [comm.] … nunc tenuiter extenuando naturaliter moveatur. Finis.’

= Pseudo-Ptolemy, Centiloquium (tr. Giovanni Pontano) (B.1.9), v. 60-61.