GORGEOUS SHARP SILVER COIN IN IRIDESCENT GOLD TONE. HIGH DETAILS, SUPERB SOUNDING METAL, HIGHLY ARTISTIC DIES.Dr Rosslin collection is famous for his Mint state Denarius and his. Gold iridescent patina denarius -these are the most rarest and valuable amongst collectors and museums.
The coin is much better than photos because we used an old camera with flash. Unfortunate the flash removes the glow and brilliance sharpness of these coins. The little particles on the surface are not dirt. It is a bad optical illusion effect from the flash.
Indeed, this coin is a gem. This coin in 3D Copy the link and paste in your. (19 mm, 3,83g, 2h). Obverse: ROMA monogram; Head under the neck of. Philip V of Macedon diadem and helmeted right and topped by a pair of goat horns.
PHILIPPVS in a cartridge; brand value to highlight (XVI). Equestrian statue; the rider holds a laurel branch; under the horse, a flower. Portrait of exceptional quality showing us the features of Philip V of Macedon. (238179 BC) was King of.
From 221 to 179 BC. Philip's reign was principally marked by an unsuccessful struggle with the emerging power of.Philip was attractive and charismatic as a young man. A dashing and courageous warrior, he was inevitably compared to. The beloved of all Greece. The beloved of all Hellenes for his charitable inclination. Eucharius Rösslin presents Der Rosengarten to Catherine of Pomerania-Wolgast. Eucharius Rösslin (Roslin, Rößlin) , sometimes known as Eucharius Rhodion , c. 1470 1526 was a German. Who authored a book about childbirth. Called Der Rosengarten ("The Rose Garden") in 1513, which became a standard medical text for midwives.
Before being elected physician to the city of Frankfurt on Main. He served as physician to the city of Worms. In the service of Katherine. Wife of Henry IV, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg.
While examining and supervising the city's midwives, he found their practice of their trade to be careless and substandard, leading to high infant mortality. As a result, he wrote his book, publishing it at Strasburg.Rösslin wrote the work in German. A pupil of Albrecht Dürer. In its illustrations, Der Rosengarten gave for the first time printed figures of the birth chair.
The lying-in chamber, and the positions of the fetus. Despite his direct observation of midwifery at Worms, Rösslin incorporated information gleaned from writers of antiquity such as Muscio.
To his text, Rosslin emphasizes the importance of the role of men in reproduction. And blames midwives who through neglect and oversight... Destroy children far and wide. He threatens midwives with the warning that God. Will call them to account.And since no midwife that I've asked / Could tell me anything of her task / I'm left to my medical education. The book was an immediate success. It was published in English.
In 1540 as The Birth of Mankind. By the mid-16th century, it had been translated into all the main European languages and had gone through many editions.
He remained in that post until his death in 1526. His son, Eucharius Rösslin the Younger. Succeeded his father as town physician. He wrote a book on minerals. And mineral use, and published a Latin.
Translation of his father's book as De partu Hominis in 1532. And when the time of labour is come, in the same stool ought to be put many clothes or crows in the back of it, the which the midwife may remove from one side to another, according as necessity shall require. The Midwife her selfe shall sit before the labouring woman, and shall diligently observe and wait, how much, and after what meanes the child stirreth itself: also shall with hands, first anointed with the oyle of almonds or the oyle of those white lilies, rule and direct everything as shall seeme best. Check out my other items. All information which you supply to us is enclosed.We respect your privacy and promise to safeguard the confidentiality of your information. However, in the event that we suspect fraudulent or otherwise unlawful activity, we reserve the right to supply your information to law enforcement agencies. All sales are final " AS IS " 6. The point of sale for all items online is New York. All items are guaranteed genuine. You have 60 days to check your coin with a grading company.
All payments must be made within 3 days of the invoice date. The item "PHILIP WITH GOAT HORNS ON HELMET. SUPERB QUALITY IRIDESCENT GOLD ROMAN COIN. AU" is in sale since Thursday, December 29, 2016. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Roman\ Republic (300 BC-27 BC)".
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