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Kitāb al-Raḥmah fī al-ṭibb wa-al-ḥikmah, between 1830 and 1940. = كتاب الرحمة في الطب والحكمة، بين 1830 و1940.

Author/Creator:
Ṣubunrī, Mahdī ibn ʻAlī, -approximately 1412 or 1413.
صبنري، مهدي بن علي، -نحو 1412 أو 1413.
Standardized Title:
Raḥmah fī al-ṭibb wa-al-ḥikmah
رحمة في الطب والحكمة
Other Title:
al-Kalām ʻalá al-ṭabāʼiʻ al-arbaʻah al-murakkabah fī al-insān.
الكلام على الطبائع الأربعة المركبة في الإنسان.
Publication:
between 1830 and 1940.
بين 1830 و1940.
Format/Description:
Manuscript
1 volume (86 leaves) : paper ; 202 x 140 mm.
Subjects:
Medicine.
Medicine, Arab.
Medicine, Magic, mystic, and spagiric.
Form/Genre:
Treatises.
Herbals.
Manuscripts, Arabic -- 19th century.
Manuscripts, Arabic -- 20th century.
Manuscripts -- Morocco -- 19th century.
Manuscripts -- Morocco -- 20th century.
Language:
In Arabic.
Summary:
Collection of seven medical works, mostly treatises but also including a qaṣīdah describing medical treatments (Work 2) and a work presented as a historical account concerning medical treatments (Work 3). The first work is an herbal by al-Mahdī ibn ʻAlī al-Ṣubunrī (whose name is recorded in the text as al-Mahdī Muḥammad ibn Ibrāhīm al-Ṣanbarī), which comprises nearly half the manuscript; the other works are unattributed. All works collated except the third.
Contents:
Kitāb al-Raḥmah fī al-ṭibb wa-al-ḥikmah
Qaṣīdah ʻalá al-ṭibb
Qāla Masīḥ ibn al-Ḥakīm, iʻtalla Amīr al-Muʼminīn Hārūn al-Rashīd
Kalām ʻalá al-ṭabāyiʻ al-arbaʻah al-murakkabah fī al-insān
Dawāʼ lil-ḥikkah wa-al-sawdāʼ wa-al-nār al-fārisīyah wa-li-jamīʻ mā yakhruju min laḥm Banī Adam
ʻIlāj al-taṣrīf alladhī yatawalladu fī al-ʻunuq yuqālu la-hu al-mabsūṭ
Tafsīr al-aʻshāb al-qarḥāʼ.
كتاب الرحمة في الطب والحكمة
قصيدة على الطب
قال مسيح ابن الحكيم، اعتل امير المؤمنين هارون الرشيد
كلام على الطبايع الاربعة المركبة في الانسان
دواء للحكة والسوداء والنار الفارسية ولجميع ما يخرج من لحم بني ادم
علاج التصريف الذي يتولد في العنق يقال له المبسوط
تفسير الاعشاب القرحاء.
Notes:
Probably written in Morocco, in Maghribi script by a single hand; catchwords.
First work written in orange, red, and blue ink as well as black; significant words and phrases in red in the rest of the manuscript.
Modern leather binding (Type 3).
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Allan G. Chester and Florence K. Chester Fund.
Penn Provenance:
Sold as part of the Fez Lithographs Collection by Fawzi Abdulrazak (Cambridge, Massachusetts), 2013.
Cited in:
Listed in the Fez Lithographs Collection Handlist, H. 115.
Cited as:
UPenn Ms. Coll. 960, Item 6.
Contributor:
Abdulrazak, Fawzi, former owner.
Fez Lithographs Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Allan G. Chester and Florence K. Chester Fund.
Contained In:
Collection of Fez Manuscripts. Item 6
OCLC:
879325629
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