Johannes de Ketham can convincingly be identified as Hans von Kircheim of Swabia, fl. 1455-1470, professor of medicine in Vienna, who used this collection for his lectures and recommended it to his pupils. This collection of texts was in circulation by 1400. See K. Sudhoff, The Fasciculus Medicinae of Johannes de Ketham, Alemanus. Milan, 1924.
Imprint from colophon.
First published in Venice in 1491.
Signatures: a-f6 g4.
Woodcuts (full-page): verso of a1 (Petrvs de Montagnana); recto of a2; verso of a2 (Fasciculus medicine similitudo complexionum & elementorum); recto of a4; recto and verso of b2; rectos of c2, c6 and d3; and verso of e2.
With (as issued): Anothomia mundini (ed. Pietro Andrea Morsiano)