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Portrait of N. Tulpius from Medical Observations
Portrait of N. Tulpius from Medical Observations

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Nicolaus Tulpius
Observationes medicae
Amstelredami: apud Danielem Elzevirium, 1672. [14], 392 p.: illustr.


Medical Observations, a work by Dutch physician, founder of the medical college in Amsterdam, N. Tulpius (Nicolas Dirx, 1593-1674). Published first in 1641, and later reprinted several times. Rembrandt has painted a portrait of N. Tulpius lecturing.
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Keywords: Collection Vilnius University Library book medicine Nicolaus Tulpius
Copyright: Vilnius University Library
Date: 1672
Place: Vilnius
Country: Lithuania

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