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Huizenga, Erwin, "Menegherande wijshede angaende surgijne ende medecine: over een bijzondere deeloverlevering van Jan Ypermans Cyrurgie", Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Taal- en Letterkunde, 118 (2002), 97-129.
- The aim of this article is to detect something of the decisions, intentions and motives of a compiler of a small Middle Dutch surgical prose text. Therefore the text of the Surgery of the well-known Dutch fourteenth-century surgeon Jan Yperman is compared with a small compilation of the first twelve chapters of the Surgery, preserved in a manuscript of the Cathedral Chapter Library of Lincoln, England. The compiler has wrought many changes in his modeltext. These changes suggest that he might have been a professional (barber-)surgeon, probably medically well-trained. He was mostly interested in surgical practice. Our research also indicates that the beginning of Yperman's surgery as we know it from Van Leersum's edition, does not reflect his original text, but must be an addition by another compiler during the first half of the fourteenth century.
- Medicina - Cirurgia i anatomia
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