Janus Cornarius

300px Janus Cornarius (''ca.'' 1500 – March 16, 1558) was a Saxon humanist and friend of Erasmus. A gifted philologist, Cornarius specialized in editing and translating Greek and Latin medical writers with "prodigious industry," taking a particular interest in botanical pharmacology and the effects of environment on illness and the body. Early in his career, Cornarius also worked with Greek poetry, and later in his life Greek philosophy; he was, in the words of Friedrich August Wolf, "a great lover of the Greeks." Patristic texts of the 4th century were another of his interests. Some of his own writing is extant, including a book on the causes of plague and a collection of lectures for medical students. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Cornarius, Janus 1500-1558
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by Erasmus, Desiderius 1469-1536
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by Hippocrates v460-v370
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by Cornarius, Janus 1500-1558
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by Parthenius
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by Parthenius
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by Aetius Amidenus ca. 6. Jh.
Published 1533
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