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D'ARGELATA, Pietro (Petrus de Argellata)

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Chirurgia. Edited by Matthaeus Moretus.

Venice: Benedictus Genuensis, 1480.

Argelata was a pupil of Guy de Chauliac, and professor at Bologna. He is supposed to have done the autopsy on Pope Alexander V, who died suddenly on May 3, 1410. ISTC No. ia00951000. Digital facsimile from U.S. National Library of Medicine at this link.