London: Harvard University Press & Heinemann, 1967. Translated by W.H.S. Jones & E.T. Withington. 3 volumes of 4 (lacks volume 1). 12mo, green cloth, price-clipped d.w. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press/ London: Heinemann, 1967. Reprint Edition. A fine set in near fine dust wrappers. Loeb Classical Library, Books #148, #149, #150, #346. Text in Greek and English.
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Leyden: Plantin, 1609. , 512, pp. 24mo, contemporary calf (spine worn, front joint split, light dampstain to margins of first few pages). [Leyden]: Ex Officina Plantiniana, Raphelengii, 1609. Good. "This book is without doubt the most famous of all Hippocratic writings. For centuries it was regarded as the sum of all medical knowledge...No medical book had a greater success or more constantly enjoyed the favour of physicians." Castiglioni, pp. 168-9. Later edition of Wellcome I, 3217.
New York: Gryphon Editions, 1982. Translated into Latin and English by Thomas Coar. Mounted color frontis illustration. vii + 314pp., 8vo, gilt-decorated beige leather, a.e.g. New York: Privately Printed for The Classics of Medicine Library, Gryphon editions, 1982. A fine copy. Contains the separately printed Editor's Notes. Facsimile of the 1822 edition.
Paris: Dionysium Duvallium, 1585. Large printer's device engraved on title page, and a few other engraved headpieces and initials throughout. The text consists of sections of Hippocrate's writings in Greek and Latin, interspersed with Cordaeus's commentary in Latin only. , 361,  blank,  index pp. Tall 4to, contemporary vellum. Parisiis: Apud Dionysium Duvallium, sub Bucephalo, in vico Bellouaco, 1585. Very scarce. An unusually tight clean copy. OCLC listsonly 2 copies at Yale & Oxford. Adams H615; Hirsch II 76;.....
Geneva: Samuelis Chouer, 1657. Frontispiece portrait of Hippocrates, title printed in red & black with engraved vignette. (46), 1344, (53)pp. Genevae: Samuelis Chouer, 1657. BOUND WITH: Foesius, Anutius. Oeconomia Hippocratis Alphabeti Serie Distincta. (8), 418pp. Two volumes in one. Very thick folio, crude but solidly bound in modern two-toned cloth (inner hinges mended; scattered foxing and some light staining, mostly in margins; several short tears in margins and a few tiny wormholes). Genevae: Samuelis Chouer, 1662. Text in Greek with.....
On large single sheet, 12x17 inches, printed in large block type in two columns. Designed and printed by the Marchbank Press, with a medallion of Hippocrates at top center after Rubens. Folio. (ca 1965). Includes small note on the Hippocratic Oath" by Savas Nittis, describing the history of its composition, its uses, and the translation.