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Gentile da Foligno, 14th century Italian physician, examining a sample of urine, 1493. Artist: Unknown Featured Foligno Print

Gentile da Foligno, 14th century Italian physician, examining a sample of urine, 1493. Artist: Unknown

Gentile da Foligno, 14th century Italian physician, examining a sample of urine, [1493]. Gentile (d1348) wrote a great many commentaries on earlier medical authorities, as well as original works, including at least one Consilium on the Black Death of 1348, produced at the request of the city and university of Perugia. He recognised the relation of the pulse to the characteristic of urine. From Liber chronicarum mundi (Nuremberg Chronicle) by Hartmann Schedel. (Nuremberg, 1493)

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Umbria Perugia Foligno environs Abbazia di Sassovivo Benedictine Featured Foligno Print

Umbria Perugia Foligno environs Abbazia di Sassovivo Benedictine

Umbria Perugia Foligno environs Abbazia di Sassovivo Benedictine, this is my Italy, the italian country of visual history, Exterior views of this Benedictine Abbey in the woods focus on the 13th-century cloister arcades and 14th-century blind arcade, comprised of colonnettes of different styles. Cloister views also include a well-head and on the east cloister wall are heraldic devices among which figure a pair of lions, a cross, and crossed keys. Interior views focus on fresco fragments, including a depiction of the Last Supper with baroque columns. One view shows the names of the first abbots, architects, and stone masons of the abbey engraved in marble. The artists named above are architects and stone masons who worked on the cloister. photo 1982

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