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STAHL, GEORG ERNST - Abhandlung Von Der Goldenen Ader

Leipzig, 1737. Hardcover. 12mo. Old rebind of 3/4 vellum paper over marbled boards; text block was trimmed when bound. Cream spine label with gilt lettering. Speckled page edges. Boards and edges scuffed, head of spine pulled, superficial split to front endpaper at hinge (binding remains sound), spots of biopredation at rear hinge, personal-library rubber stamp to corner of title page; good. Georg Ernst Stahl (1659-1734) was an influential German physician and chemist. He studied, then taught, at the University of Jena. In 1694, he was invited to become the second chair of Medicine at the newly founded university at Halle. Stahl founded the Phlogiston theory of combustion, and a vitalistic theory of medicine which significantly impacted 18th century medical theory. He retired from the University of Halle in 1716, when he was appointed physician to King Frederick I of Prussia, which post he held until his death.
USD 750.00 [Appr.: EURO 677] Boeknummer 018268

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