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Mundinus He was born in Bologna, about 1270/75. Disciple of Taddeo degli Alderotti, he taught medicine privately and then (since 1307) was professor of Medicine, Logic and Anatomy at the Studio of Bologna. He died in Bologna in 1326, 17th February. ♦ Categorisation: Gender: Male. Dates: 1275 to 1326. Century: 13th century AD to 14th century AD. Geographical area: Italy. Place: Bologna [CERL place ID cnl00016011]. Period: Medieval. Characterisation: Aristocracy. Profession: university lecturer; physician.
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- K‑003 Ketham, Johannes de — Fasciculus medicinae, et al. — Venice: Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio, 15 Oct. 1495. Folio.
- M‑329 Mundinus — Anatomia. — Pavia: Antonius de Carcano, 19 Dec. 1478. 4°.
- M‑330 Mundinus (ed. Martinus Mellerstadt) — Anatomia. — Leipzig: Martin Landsberg, [c.1495]. 4°.
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