Johann Adam Delsenbach: Kurtzer Begriff der Anatomie


Staatsbibliothek Bamberg

Staatsbibliothek Bamberg
Bamberg, Germany

Most medical works of the "Biblioteca Bipontina" originate from the collection of the Zweibrücken based town doctor Johann Theophil Hoeffel (1704-1781), whose library was bought by Karl August.
Most of the publications are written in German and represent different medical directions, amongst them anatomy and obstetrics.
The "Dreck-Apotheke" of the town doctor Paullini (1643-1712) from Eisenach is based on the ancient theories of body fluids and traditional medical practices. His recommendations concerning the therapeutical use of excretions were already controversial amongst his contemporaries.


  • Title: Johann Adam Delsenbach: Kurtzer Begriff der Anatomie
  • Date Created: 1754, 1733
  • Location: Paris, Guerin & Delatour, Nürnberg
  • Description by: 55 C 9

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