De Oculis eorumque Egritudinibus et Curis [1474]. Translated with Notes and Illustrations from the First Printed Edition, Ferrara, 1474 A. D., by Casey Wood.
Grassus of Jerusalem, Beneventus.

Stanford University, Californi Stanford University Press, 1929. Presentation copy, signed by the translator on the title-page, and with inscriptions on both front and back fly-leaves: "To marjorie Fyufe from hers affectionately The Translator. London, July 8/30"; "To Marjorie Fyfe from her affectionate Uncle the Trans xiii, 97 pp, Very good in partially browned slipcase. Original boards. Octavo. Facsimile plates. (Item ID: 13846)


Garrison-Morton 5816 (citing 1st Latin ed., 1474): "The earliest printed book on ophthalmology. Grassus was the most celebrated ophthalmic surgeon of the Middle Ages."

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