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Page from the earliest printed literature on syphilis fifteenth century

Sebastian Brandt, De pestilentiali scorra sive mala de Franzos Eulogium, 1496, broadsheet woodcut with moveable type, reproduced in Sudhoff, K, 1925, the earliest printed literature on syphilis being ten tractates from the years 1495–1498 (Florence, R Lier), 14734871