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BIANCHI, T. - X.

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Notice sur le premier ouvrage d'anatomie et de médecine, imprimé en Turc, à Constantinople, en 1820, intitulé Miroir des corps dans l'anatomie de l'homme envoyé et offert par S. Exc. L'Ambassadeur de France près la sublime porte a la Bibliothèque du Roi; Suivie du Catalogue des livres turcs, arabes et persans, imprimés à Contantinople, depuis l'introduction de l'Imprimerie, en 12726-27, jusqu'en 1820.

Paris: De L'Imprimerie de L.-T. Cellot, 1821.

Bianchi characterized himself on the title page as Adj. Secretarty-Interpreter of the King for Oriental Languages.  In this pamphlet he translated parts of the text of Chani-Zadeh and also translated the Table of Contents of the work.

Digital facsimile from Google Books at this link.



Subjects: BIBLIOGRAPHY , BIBLIOGRAPHY › Bibliographies of Anatomy, COUNTRIES, CONTINENTS AND REGIONS › Turkey