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52) Fourteen priests possessed works by the Spanish humanist Juan Luis Vives (1492-1540), with two specifically mentioning his Colloquia sive latinae linguae exercitatio (Paris, 1540).
For the New Discourse was identical with a work entitled Exercitatio de imperatore Romano Germanico over whose publication Conring himself had presided in 1641 (1641b), that he had no qualms calling "my" Exercitatio, [8] republished in 1674, [9] and that Goebel had no hesitation whatsoever to include among Conring's Opera (1:528-42).
According to Ideler, the most thorough account up to his time is abbot Sanclement e's treatise entitled Exercitatio chronologica de anno domenicae passionis, appended to his four-volume De vulgaris aerae emendatione (Rome 1793).
Familiarium colloquiorum formulae sive linguae Latinae exercitatio.
See Gorlaeus, 1620, 24-26, and exercitatio 13: "De atomis," 225-49.
In 1664, De Graaf published his work, De Succi Pancreatici Natura et Usu Exercitatio Anatomica Medica, which discussed his work on pancreatic juices, saliva, and bile.
In his treatise on the circulation of the blood Exercitatio Anatomica de Mom Cordis et Sanguinis in Animalibus (1628), he gave a detailed description of the clinical pathologic features of the febrile episodes: "In tertian fever .
William Harvey (1578-1657) is famous for his discovery of the circulation of the blood, which he reported in Exercitatio Anatomica De Motu Cordis et Sanguinis in Animalibus (1628).
xi-xiii); reprinting of reviews of the Dissertatio de nomine Josephi (1697) and the Exercitatio in Monument a Coptica (1699) published in the issues of January 1697 and May 1699 of the Acta Eruditorum (pp.
With the 1628 publication of his Exercitatio anatomica de motu cordis et sanguinis in animalibus, London physician Harvey (1578-1657) overturned a thousand years of ideas on the movement of the heart and blood.
44) Exercitatio est motus corporis humani ventoses volontarius, cum anhelitu altero vel sanitaires tudesque, vel habitus boni comparandi gratias factus Hieronirnus Mercurialis, De arte Gymnastica, Venetiis 2eme ed.
The triad of humanistic pedagogy ars, natura, exercitatio implicit in the writings of Erasmus, Vives, Sanchez el Brocense and Huarte de San Juan (Merino Jerez 22-85), as well as Lope's adolescent exposure to the pedagogical practices of the evolving Jesuit ratio studiorum (e.