Title: Disputatio medica de diabete quam divina ...
Publisher: typis Georgii Wolffgangi Hammi c. 1704, Helmstedt
Publication Date: 1704
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
Small 4to (197 x 163mm). 32pp.; woodcut head- and tail-piece. Text in Latin. Paper backstrip and rear wrapper holding, front wrapper present; (browned, corners rounded). First Edition of Andreas Julius Bötticher’s Doctoral Thesis and an important early study on Diabetes. Bötticher was a German physician and professor at the University of Giessen and the University of Helmstedt. this his. The respondent for the dissertation was Hieronymous Laub; a German-born Danish doctor. Laub studied medicine in Helmstedt and gained his doctorate in Leiden in 1707. He soon after gained widespread popularity and in 1736 became royal physician. Rare disseration, four copies found outside Germany (six in Munich, Augsburg, Weimar, Griesswald, Tübingen, and Dresden) two in Denmark (Ballerup and the Royal Library) and at the British Library and Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Heffter 939; Triebs 277. Bookseller Inventory # D1301
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