Notice, no date (1577), by Gerhard Dorn (BP177)
|Date:||no date |
|Editor:||Edited by Julian Paulus|
|Source:||Paracelsus: Aurora thesaurusque philosophorum, ed. Gerhard Dorn, Basel: [Thomas Guarin] 1577, p. 180-181 [BP177]|
|CP:||Not in Kühlmann/Telle, Corpus Paracelsisticum|
|Translation:||Raw translation see below|
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[p. 180] Appendix.[c 1]
Si quis forsitan dubitabit, hanc Anatomiam esse Theophrasti Paracelsi nostri præceptoris inuentum, legat ea quæ libello de anatomia duplici scripsit, tumdemum iudicet, an sit æquum autores, & inuentores bonarum artium suius priuare cùm laboribus tum honoribus. Interea tamen aliquot eiusdem au- [p. 181] toritates, ex libello hoc addere minimè pigebit, vt videatur ex qua pharetra, processit ista sigitta.
- ↑ Appendix] corrected from: Appenidix.
English Raw Translation
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If anyone should perhaps doubt that this Anatomy is the invention of our teacher Theophrastus Paracelsus, let them read what he wrote in his booklet on the dual anatomy, and then judge whether it is fair to deprive authors and inventors of good arts of their labors and honors. In the meantime, however, it will not be too much trouble to add some of his own authorities from this booklet, so that it may be seen from what quiver this arrow has been shot.