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This list was compiled by Dr. Robert Tallaksen, a reader and transcriber at the Folger Shakespeare Library.
 
This list was compiled by Dr. Robert Tallaksen, a reader and transcriber at the Folger Shakespeare Library.
  
NB: In transcription, all surnames are expanded and transcribed in the nominative unless Slee writes them out in the genitive, accusative, or ablative; e.g., Nicolai, Galenum, Fallopio.
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NB: Latinized names listed may be abbreviated, or appear in manuscripts in the genitive (-ae, -i, -onis), accusative (-am, -em, -um) or ablative cases (-a, -e, -o) In transcription, all surnames are expanded and transcribed in the nominative unless Slee writes them out in the genitive, accusative, or ablative; e.g., Nicolai, Galenum, Fallopio.
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The names of scientists have been included even if their work was not primarily medical.
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In most cases, names which proved to be clergy have been omitted from this list unless the persons had some direct connection with John Ward (JW)
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Persons named by Slee are indicated with a dagger (†)
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Persons named by Ward are indicated with an asterisk (*)
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==Identified physicians and apothecaries==  
 
==Identified physicians and apothecaries==  
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==='''A'''===
 
   
 
   
;Actuarius  
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;Actuarius
:Iohannes Zacharius Actuarius (c. 1275 - c. 1328)
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:Iohannes Zacharius Actuarius (c. 1275 - c. 1328), Byzantine physician in Constantinople; ''actuarius'' was a title applied to various officials
 
   
 
   
;Aetius  
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;Aetius
:Aetius of Amida (c. 502 - 575)
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:Aetius of Amida (c. 502 - 575), Byzantine Greek physician
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;Agricola *
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:Georg Pawer or Bauer (1494 - 1555), German humanist scholar, mineralogist, and metallurgist, Latinized as Georgius Agricola (Bauer = "farmer"); studied medicine in Bologna
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;Aldovrandi *
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:Ulysse Aldovrandi (1522 - 1605), Italian naturalist, second director of botanical garden of the University of Bologna
 
   
 
   
;Alphons.  
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;Alphans.
:possibly Franciscus Alphanus (fl. 1577) or St. Alfanus I (1015/20 - 1085)
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:likely St. Alfanus I (d. 1085), physician, theologian, translator, and author; Archbishop of Salerno 1080 -85), on the faculty of the medical school at Salerno
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;Alston *
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:"Dr. in physick" at Christchurch Hospital, possibly Sir Edward Alston (1597 - 1669), president of the RCP, 1655- 66
 
   
 
   
 
;Andro., Androm.  
 
;Andro., Androm.  
:Andromachus; either the Elder or the Younger; both fl. 1st c. CE
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:Andromachus; either the Elder or the Younger; both fl. 1st c. CE; Greek physicians; the elder's name is preserved in "theriaca Andromachi," an antidote of 64 ingredients including opium and viper's flesh
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;Aquapendente †
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:see Hieronymus Fabricius Aquapendente, below
 
   
 
   
;Arcei  
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;Arcaeus, Arcei
:Francesco de Arce, Latinized as Arcaeus (1493 - 1573)
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:Francesco de Arce (1493 - 1573), Spanish physician and surgeon, Latinized as Arcaeus
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;Aristoteles *†
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:Aristotle (384 - 322 BCE), Greek philosopher and polymath
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;Athenaeus *
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:Athenaeus of Naucratis (fl. late 2d - early 3rd c. CE), Greek rhetorician and grammarian
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;Atwood *
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:Mr., an oculist in Worcestershire; possibly Thomas Atwood, who consulted on Samuel Johnson in 1711
 
   
 
   
;Avicen., Avicenna  
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;Avicen., Avicenna *†
:Ibn Sina, Abu Ali Sina, or Pur Sina (c. 980 - 1037)
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:Ibn Sina, Abu Ali Sina, or Pur Sina (c. 980 - 1037), Persian physician and polymath; author of ''The Book of Healing and The Canon of Medicine''
 
   
 
   
;Azaravii  
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;Azaravii, Azaravius †
:Azaravius; properly (Abu Al Qasim) Al-Zahrawi, Latinized also as Albucasis (936 - 1013)
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:Abu Al Qasim Al-Zahrawi (936 - 1013), Arab Andalusian physician, surgeon, and chemist, Latinized as Azaravius or Albucasis; "father of modern surgery"
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==='''B'''===
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;Bacon *
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:Sir Francis Bacon, (1561 - 1626), English philosopher and statesman, father of empiricism
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;Barker *
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:possibly Sir Richard Barker (d. 1686), chemist and physician; founder member of the Society of Chemical Physicians; author of ''The Excellency and Usefulnesse of the True Spirit of Salt'', 1663, and ''Sudorificum Regale'', 1676; Israel Tonge (of the Popish Plot) lodged with him and Barker was instrumental in bringing Tonge and Titus Oates into communication
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;Bartholine *
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:Danish physicians; possibilities include Caspar Bartholin the Elder (1585 - 1629); Caspar Bartholin the Younger (1655 - 1738) - Bartholin's gland is so called after him; Rasmus Bartholin (1625 - 1698); but most likely Thomas Bartholin (1616 - 1680), who first described the lymphatic system in humans
 
   
 
   
;Bartholomeus Perdulcis  
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;Bartholomeus Perdulcis
:Latinized form of Barthelemy Pardoux (1545 - 1611)
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:Barthélemy Pardoux (1545 - 1611), French physician, Latinized as Bartholomeus Perdulcis; author of ''Universa medicina'' (another book with the same title was written by Fernel)
 
   
 
   
 
;Bayrus  
 
;Bayrus  

Revision as of 09:41, 15 February 2022

V.a.398 is a 1654 volume of medicinal recipes compiled by Andrew Slee, a Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 1650-1656.

This list was compiled by Dr. Robert Tallaksen, a reader and transcriber at the Folger Shakespeare Library.

NB: Latinized names listed may be abbreviated, or appear in manuscripts in the genitive (-ae, -i, -onis), accusative (-am, -em, -um) or ablative cases (-a, -e, -o) In transcription, all surnames are expanded and transcribed in the nominative unless Slee writes them out in the genitive, accusative, or ablative; e.g., Nicolai, Galenum, Fallopio.

The names of scientists have been included even if their work was not primarily medical. In most cases, names which proved to be clergy have been omitted from this list unless the persons had some direct connection with John Ward (JW)

Persons named by Slee are indicated with a dagger (†) Persons named by Ward are indicated with an asterisk (*)


Identified physicians and apothecaries

A

Actuarius †
Iohannes Zacharius Actuarius (c. 1275 - c. 1328), Byzantine physician in Constantinople; actuarius was a title applied to various officials
Aetius †
Aetius of Amida (c. 502 - 575), Byzantine Greek physician
Agricola *
Georg Pawer or Bauer (1494 - 1555), German humanist scholar, mineralogist, and metallurgist, Latinized as Georgius Agricola (Bauer = "farmer"); studied medicine in Bologna
Aldovrandi *
Ulysse Aldovrandi (1522 - 1605), Italian naturalist, second director of botanical garden of the University of Bologna
Alphans. †
likely St. Alfanus I (d. 1085), physician, theologian, translator, and author; Archbishop of Salerno 1080 -85), on the faculty of the medical school at Salerno
Alston *
"Dr. in physick" at Christchurch Hospital, possibly Sir Edward Alston (1597 - 1669), president of the RCP, 1655- 66
Andro., Androm.
Andromachus; either the Elder or the Younger; both fl. 1st c. CE; Greek physicians; the elder's name is preserved in "theriaca Andromachi," an antidote of 64 ingredients including opium and viper's flesh
Aquapendente †
see Hieronymus Fabricius Aquapendente, below
Arcaeus, Arcei †
Francesco de Arce (1493 - 1573), Spanish physician and surgeon, Latinized as Arcaeus
Aristoteles *†
Aristotle (384 - 322 BCE), Greek philosopher and polymath
Athenaeus *
Athenaeus of Naucratis (fl. late 2d - early 3rd c. CE), Greek rhetorician and grammarian
Atwood *
Mr., an oculist in Worcestershire; possibly Thomas Atwood, who consulted on Samuel Johnson in 1711
Avicen., Avicenna *†
Ibn Sina, Abu Ali Sina, or Pur Sina (c. 980 - 1037), Persian physician and polymath; author of The Book of Healing and The Canon of Medicine
Azaravii, Azaravius †
Abu Al Qasim Al-Zahrawi (936 - 1013), Arab Andalusian physician, surgeon, and chemist, Latinized as Azaravius or Albucasis; "father of modern surgery"

B

Bacon *
Sir Francis Bacon, (1561 - 1626), English philosopher and statesman, father of empiricism
Barker *
possibly Sir Richard Barker (d. 1686), chemist and physician; founder member of the Society of Chemical Physicians; author of The Excellency and Usefulnesse of the True Spirit of Salt, 1663, and Sudorificum Regale, 1676; Israel Tonge (of the Popish Plot) lodged with him and Barker was instrumental in bringing Tonge and Titus Oates into communication
Bartholine *
Danish physicians; possibilities include Caspar Bartholin the Elder (1585 - 1629); Caspar Bartholin the Younger (1655 - 1738) - Bartholin's gland is so called after him; Rasmus Bartholin (1625 - 1698); but most likely Thomas Bartholin (1616 - 1680), who first described the lymphatic system in humans
Bartholomeus Perdulcis †
Barthélemy Pardoux (1545 - 1611), French physician, Latinized as Bartholomeus Perdulcis; author of Universa medicina (another book with the same title was written by Fernel)
Bayrus
Pietro Bairo of Turin, Latinized as Petrus Bayrus (1468 - 1518)
Beguin
Jean Beguin (1550 - 1620)
Cass.
Cassius; probably Cassius Felix (fl. 5th. c. CE); or possibly Cassius Iastorophista (fl. 2nd or 3rd c. CE)
Dr. Collins
(probably) Samuel Collins (1617 - 1685)
Colon
likely Fabio Colonna (1567 - 1640); but identification uncertain, p. 46 c. 1, p. 47 c. 1
Cord., Cord9, Cordus
Valerius Cordus (1515 - 44); possibly also in error as "Crodus," p. 29 c. 2 and p. 41 c. 2
Crollius
Oswald Croll, Latinized as Crollius (c. 1563 - 1609)
Damocrates, Damocratis
Servilius Damocrates (mid- to late 1st c. CE)
Eudemi
Eudemus of Rhodes (c. 370 BCE - c. 300 BCE)
Fallop., Fallopius
Gabriele Falloppio, Latinized as Gabrielis Falloppius (1523 - 1562)
Favent., Faventini
Benedictus Victorius Faventinus (b. 1481)
Fern., Fernel., Fernelius, Fernelianus
Jean François Fernel, Latinized as Ioannes Fernelius (1497 - 1558)
Fienus
Thomas Fienus (1567 - 1631)
Foesi
Anuce Foës, Latinized as Anutius Foësius (1528 - 1595)
Fons., Fonsec., Roderici Fonsecae
Juan Rodriguez de Fonseca (1451 - 1524)
Forest
Pieter van Foreest, Latinized as Petrus Forestus (1521 - 1597)
Fracastorii
Girolamo Fracastori, Latinized as Fracastorius (1483 - 1553)
Gabriellis
see Fallopius, above
Galen., Galeni., Galeno, Galenum, Galenus
Aelius or Claudius Galenus (of Pergamon) (129 - c. 200); one instance of "Gallenus"
Gesnerus (or Gesnerus maius, "the greater")
Conrad Gessner (1516 - 1565)
Gheselii
uncertain but possibly Johannes Gheselius (1613 - 1650)
Gilberti Angli
Gilbertus Anglicus (c. 1180 - c. 1250)
Gordonii, Gordonio, Gordonius
Bernard de Gordon (1285 - 1318)
Haly
'Ali ibn al-'Abbas al-Majusi, or Masoudi; Latinized as Haly Abbas (930 - 994)
Hieronymus Fabricius Aquapendente
Girolamo Fabrizio, Latinized as Hieronymus Fabricius ab Aquapendente (1537 - 1619); Acquapendente is a small town in the province of Viterbo
Hollerius
Jacques Houiller, Latinized as Iacobus Hollerius Stampani (i.e., from Étampes), (c. 1498 - 1562)
Hurn., Hurnius
Johan van Heurne, Latinized as Johannes Heurnius (1543 - 1601)
Langii
uncertain; either Johann Lange (1485 - 1565) or Johann Christian Lange (1619 - 1662)
Leplignius, Lepleignius
Thibault Lespleigney (1496 - 1550); misspelled as "Lepleingius," p. 75 c. 2
Dr. Lower
possibly Richard Lower (1631 - 1691); while the dates don't match up, he is only mentioned at the beginning of the book on f. 2r, and in a different hand
Iacobi de Manlis
Giovanni Giacomo (da) Manlio or de Bosco, Latinized as Ioannes Iacobus de Manliis (fl. late 15th - mid 16th c.)
Mathei de Gradi
Giovanni Matteo Ferrari de Gradi (? - 1472)
Matthioli, Matthiolum, Matthiolus
Pietro Andrea Mattioli (1501 - 77)
Mercurialis
Girolamo Mercuriali (1530 - 1606)
Mes., Mesue (one instance of "Messue")
Yuhanna Ibn Masawaiyh (c. 777 - 857)
Dr. Meverell, Meverill
Othowell Meverall (1585 - 1648)
Montagnana
Bartolomeo da Montagnana (fl. 1422 - 1460)
Montanus
Giovanni Battista Monte, Latinized as Montanus (1497 - 1557)
Musa
Antonius Musa, physician to Augustus (fl. 23 CE)
Nicol., Nicolai
Nicola Deoprepio, a.k.a. Niccolo da Reggio (1280 - ?)
Palmarii
Pierre le Palmier, Latinized as Petrus Palmarius (1568 - 1610)
Philonium
an electuary, possibly referring to Johann Philonius Dugo Tilianus (d. 1553) or Philo of Tarsus (fl. 1c)
Plinius
Gaius Plinius Secundus or Pliny the Elder (c. 23/24 - 79 CE)
Primiros., Primirosius
James Primrose or Primerose (d. 1659)
Quaercitanus, Quercitani, Quercitanus
Joseph du Chesne, Latinized as Iosephus Quercetanus (c. 1544 - 1609)
Radulph. Holland.
Radulphus Holandicus (? - ?); appears only in "Pulv. Radulph. Holland." on p. 43 c. 2, and in J. Quincy, Pharmacopoia Officinalis & Extemporanea (1742) mentioning a "Pulvis Radulphi Holandicus from its first Contriver"
Dr. Reade
Alexander Read (1586? - 1641)
Renod., Renodaeus, Renodeus
Jean de Renou (1568 - c. 1620)
Rhacis, Rhasis
Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi, Latinized as Rhazes or Rasis (854 - 925)
Rondolet
Guillaume Rondelet (1507 - 1566)
Ruffi
Rufus of Ephesus (fl. late 1st - early 2nd c.); only as "pilulae Ruffi," Rufus' pills
Ruland., Rulandi, (Martinus) Rulandus
Martin Ruland; either the Elder (1532 - 1602) or the Younger (1569 - 1611)
Sala, Angelus
Angelo Sala (1576 - 1617)
Saxon.
Ercole Sassonia, Latinized as Hercules Saxonia (1551 - 1607)
Sennert. or Sinnert.
Daniel Sennert (1572 - 1637); also as Daniel Sinnert, or Latinized as Sinnertus
Siluius, Silvius
Francis Silvius (1416 - 72)
Trincavel, Trinchavel
Vettore Trincavella (1496 - 1568)
Valesco, Valescus, or Valescus de Tar(r)anta
Vasco, Velasco, or Valescus de Taranta (1382 - 1417)
Weck., Wecker, Weckerus (one instance of Vecker, p. 29)
Johannes Jacob Wecker (1528 - 1586)


Unidentified physicians and apothecaries

Alphons Ferrarius, p. 25 c. 2
possibly Alfonso Ferrarri (?) of Cremona; also "Ferrarius," ibid.
Dr Bar, p. 16 c. 3
Dr Baron, p. 19 c. 1
Dr. Betone, p. 19, c.2
Dr. Butcher Ipswicens (from Ipswich?), f. 1v
Dr. Collins, p. 48 c. 2
Euonimus, p. 77 c.2
Fienus, p. 18 c. 1
Gheselli, p. 60 c.2
Mo Goad, p. 48 c. 2
Dr. Goldsmith, p. 52 c. 1
Dr. Hale Chyrurgicus, p. 34 c. 2
Dr. Harvey, p. 87 c. 2
(possibly the William Harvey of De motu cordis fame (1578 - 1657))
Hast., Haust., p. 61 c. 1, p. 62 c. 1 & c. 3
Iohanni, p. 17 c. 1
Dr. Lister
(not the 19th c. pioneer of antisepsis), p. 19 c. 1
Dr. Lower, f. 2r
Radulph. Holland.
Radulphus Hollandicus (see above)
Dr. Reade, p. 33 c.2, p. 69 c. 1
(likely the same as Alexander Read, above)
Roberto, p. 19 c. 2
("experto crede Roberto," = "trust Robert the Expert")
Saxonius, pp. 27, 30, 68
(scattered occurrences; likely in error for Saxonia)
Dr. Stephani, p.24 c.1
Dr. Stookes, p. 48 c. 1
Vraliano, p. 15 c. 3
Dr Walletus, p. 68 c. 2

Referred to by initials only

D. L., p.29
"Syr. Casselanus D. L."
Dr. L. p. 44, c. 2
Sir R. L S., f. 1r
Dr. W., p. 22 c. 1
R. W.
"Syr: Pectoralis R. W.," p. 27 c 1.

Other

Aug., August., Augustan., Augustana, Augustina
Pharmacopoeia Augustana; many editions, earliest 1573
Casselanus
from or related to the city of Kassel in Hesse