Delta Hippocratica Civitas

Around the ninth century, in a multicultural context, arose the School of Medicine, which tradition says was founded by four masters: an Arab, a Jew, a Latin and Greek.
It enjoyed enormous prestige throughout the middle Ages. The city of Salerno was a must for those wishing to learn the art of medicine or seek treatment from its famous doctors.

In this context, 2 pens have been introduced (there already was a Hippocratica with Fusion nib). The first pen features a cartridge / converter filling system, 18k gold nib and sterling silver rings rhodium plated (as are the clip and medal in the cap). The second version features a piston filling system, 18k gold nib and 24k gold plated, sterling silver, rings (as are the clip and medal). This last version (1KS) is pictured below.

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For more information on these 3 pens, click here.

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