Halle: Orphanotrophei, 1735; 1723. 2 vols. in 1. 4to. [vi], 534, ; [iv], 112 pp. FIRST EDITIONS. Titles in red and black with oval vignettes; a few decorative head- and tailpieces. Contemporary (?) pasteboards, interior paper lightly stained. From the library of Fr. Xav. de Hieber with his dated (1773) armorial bookplate. Item #581
First editions. Juncker deals with the definitions, aims and divisions of physiology and hygiene in twenty-seven classifications along with a very large and useful index citing both ancient and contemporary physicians and their works. The second treatise is devoted to materia medica, such as general health, fevers, nausea and pain.