Geneva and Paris: Droz, 1966. First edition. Soft cover. 473p + a few plates and tables. Vol. 5, no. 2, in the series Hautes Etudes Medievales et Modernes published by the Centre de Recherches d'Histoire et de Philologie of the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris. Laid in: offprint of the very favorable book review from Speculum, January 1968. Mounted to inside front cover: TLS book review of August 8, 1968. In French. With owner's pencil name: Edwin Clarke, 1968. Very good (covers smudged, stained). Item #31004
Three scholarly texts on late medieval veterinary and human medicine, in one volume. (1) Yvonne Poulle-Drieux on "L'Hippiatrie dans l'Occident Latin du XIIIe au XVe Siecle," a detailed study of European equine veterinary medicine during this era. (2) Jeanne-Marie Dureau-Lapeyssonnie on "L'Oeuvre d'Antoine Ricart," on the early 15th-century Catalan physician who sought to apply mathematical principles to the practice of medicine. (3) Guy Beaujouan on "La Bibliotheque et l'Ecole Medicale du Monastere de Guadalupe a l'Aube de la Renaissance," on the library and medical school of a 15th-century Jeromite monastery in Spain.