MICROCOSMUS HYPOCHONDRIACUS Sive DE MELANCHOLIA HYPOCHONDRIACA TRACTATUS .. Concinnatus a Malachia Geigero, Electoralis Monachiensis .. Medico & Chirurgo ordinario.
by Geiger, Malachias (1606-1671)
Blockley, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
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- MICROCOSMUS HYPOCHONDRIACUS Sive DE MELANCHOLIA HYPOCHONDRIACA TRACTATUS .. Concinnatus a Malachia Geigero, Electoralis Monachiensis .. Medico & Chirurgo ordinario.
- Geiger, Malachias (1606-1671)
- Folding plate of veins and arteries (one only of 6 plates).
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- Lucas Straub (first edition).
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- medicine medical psychology melancholia
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