Author:Girolamo Fracastoro

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Girolamo Fracastoro
Italian physician, poet, and scholar in mathematics, geography and astronomy.
Girolamo Fracastoro


  • Di Vino Temperatura (1534)
  • Homocentricorum sive de Stellis, de Causis Criticorum Dierum Libellus (1535)
  • Homocentrica (1538)
  • Naugerius sive de Poetica Dialogus (c. 1540)
  • De Contagione et Contagiosis Morbis (1546)


  • Syphilis sive de morbo gallico (1530)
    • English translation: Syphilis, or a Poetical History of the French Disease by Nahum Tate in "The fifth part of Miscellany poems" (1716), published by Mr. Dryden

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