Omnia opera Ysaac in hoc volumine contenta: [electronic resource] : cum quibusdam alijs opusculis: : ... / Cum tabula & repertorio omnium operum et questionum in co[m]mentis contentarum..

Israeli, Isaac, approximately 832-approximately 932.
[Lyons : Jean de La Plate for Barthelemy Trot, 1515]
1 online resource (ccxxvi, ccx, [15] leaves)
Early European books.

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At the head of title: Cum priuilegio Pontificis Maximi Leonis Decimi: [et] Francisci Christianissimi Francorum Regis
Medicine, Arab.
Place of Publication:
France Lyon.
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Contents: (from t.p.) Liber de definitionibus.
Liber de elementis.
Liber dietaru[m] vniuersaliu[m]: cum co[m]me[n]to Petri Hispani.
Liber dictarum particularium: cum co[m]mento eiusdem.
Liber de vrinis cum commento eiusdem.
Liber de febribus.
Pantechni decem libri theorices: et decem practices: cum tractatu de gradibus medicinarum constantini.
Viaticum Ysaac quod constantinus sibi attribuit.
Liber de oculis constantini.
Liber de stomacho constantini.
Liber virtutum de simplici medicina constantini.
Compendium megatechni Galeni a constantino compositum.
Edited by Andrea Turini.
The Pantegni and Viaticum here ascribed to Isaac are free Latin versions by Constantinus Africanus of the Kitāb al-Malikī of ʻAlī ibn al-ʻAbbās and the Zad al-musāfir of Ahmad ibn Ibrāhīm, called Ibn al-Jazzār, respectively. The Liber de oculis is also a translation by Constantinus, of the Kitāb al-ʻashr makālāt fī'l-ʻain, of Ḥunain ibn Ishāk, al-ʻIbādī.
Place, printer and publisher from colophon (pars altera, leaf ccx): ... Curauit ea imprimi honest[us] vir Bartholomeus Trot bibliopola Lugdunen[sis]. Extrema man[us] apposita fuit anno D[omi]ni .xv. supra .M. mense Decembri: in Lugdunen[se]. emporio in officina probi viri Iohannis de Platea chalcographi -- Date also from introductory letters on title page verso.
Caption title of pars altera: Liber Pantegni [sic] Ysaac Israelite filij adoptiui Salomonis Regis Arabie: / quem Constantinus Aphricanus monachus Montis Cassinensis sibi vendicauit.
At end of pars prior, not included in the register: "Repertorium seu indicum omnium operum Ysaac in hoc volumine contentorum coadunatio ... ". Lists the contents of both parts; and in detail the contents of pars prior.
At end of pars altera, not included in the register: "Tabula librorum Pantechni. Secunda pars repertoriorum seu tabularum totius operis.". Lists in detail the contents of pars altera.
T.p. printed in red and black, t.p. vignette, initials,
Ms. notes.
Bookplate for Frank Payne on front pastedown endpapers.
Reproduction of original in: Wellcome Library.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : ProQuest, 2012 Mode of access: World Wide Web. Available to subscribing institutions. s2012 miun o
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Wellcome cat. of printed books, 3432/D
Constantine, the African, approximately 1020-1087, translator.
Johannes XXI, Pope, -1277.
Turini, Andrea, 1473?-1543, editor.
Ibrāhīm, Aḥmad, al-Usṭá.
ʻAlī ibn al-ʻAbbās, al-Majūsī al-ʻArrajānī.
Ḥunayn ibn Isḥāk, al-ʻIbādī, 809?-873.
Trot, Barthélemy, active 1506-1535, printer.
Payne, Joseph Frank, 1840-1910, former owner.
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