[Dataset: [Mattioli woodblock]. [art original]. 563. sinapi secundum.]

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3D dataset model of a 16th century Austrian woodcut of plants. This wood block, along with Mattioli Copy 1, is part of set originally commissioned for a mid-16th century publication of an ancient treatise on medicinal plants by Dioscorides, entitled De Materia Medica. The text was translated into Czech and German (and later Latin and Italian) by a Viennese doctor and naturalist, Pietro Andreas Mattioli, with the support of the Hapsburg Emperor Ferdinand I. Mattioli hired Giorgio Liberale de Udine and Wolfgang Meyerpeck to design and illustrate these blocks, of which there were originally over 600. This woodblock is held ... continued below

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Sweitzer-Lamme, Jon 2016.

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This dataset is part of the collection entitled: 3Dhotbed: 3D Printed History of the Book Teaching Tools and was provided by UNT Libraries to UNT Digital Library, a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries. It has been viewed 22 times. More information about this dataset can be viewed below.

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  • Main Title: [Dataset: [Mattioli woodblock]. [art original]. 563. sinapi secundum.]
  • Alternate Title: Mattioli Copy 2

Description

3D dataset model of a 16th century Austrian woodcut of plants. This wood block, along with Mattioli Copy 1, is part of set originally commissioned for a mid-16th century publication of an ancient treatise on medicinal plants by Dioscorides, entitled De Materia Medica. The text was translated into Czech and German (and later Latin and Italian) by a Viennese doctor and naturalist, Pietro Andreas Mattioli, with the support of the Hapsburg Emperor Ferdinand I. Mattioli hired Giorgio Liberale de Udine and Wolfgang Meyerpeck to design and illustrate these blocks, of which there were originally over 600. This woodblock is held by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Rare Book and Manuscript Library under the call number 581.634 M434 c2.

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  • Preferred Citation: Dataset courtesy of 3Dhotbed

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3Dhotbed: 3D Printed History of the Book Teaching Tools

Downloadable datasets for 3D-printing models used in book history instruction. Includes the complete teaching tool set as well as individual pieces such as a punch, a matrix, an adjustable hand mould, and an individual piece of type with an attached or removable jet.

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[Dataset: Mattioli woodblock, [art original] 457. Malva maior altera.]

3D dataset model of a 16th century Austrian woodcut of plants. This wood block, along with Mattioli Copy 2, is part of set originally commissioned for a mid-16th century publication of an ancient treatise on medicinal plants by Dioscorides, entitled De Materia Medica. The text was translated into Czech and German (and later Latin and Italian) by a Viennese doctor and naturalist, Pietro Andreas Mattioli, with the support of the Hapsburg Emperor Ferdinand I. Mattioli hired Giorgio Liberale de Udine and Wolfgang Meyerpeck to design and illustrate these blocks, of which there were originally over 600. This woodblock is held by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Rare Book and Manuscript Library under the call number 581.634 M434 c1.

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Is part of: [Dataset: Mattioli woodblock, [art original] 457. Malva maior altera.], ark:/67531/metadc1477779/

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  • 2016

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  • May 20, 2019, 3:55 p.m.

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  • Aug. 27, 2019, 11:29 a.m.

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Total Uses: 22

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Sweitzer-Lamme, Jon. [Dataset: [Mattioli woodblock]. [art original]. 563. sinapi secundum.], dataset, 2016; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1477778/: accessed July 10, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .