Apomasaris apotelesmata [electronic resource] : sive de significatis et eventis insomniorvm, ex indorum, persarum, Ægyptiorumque disciplina, Depromptus ex io. Sambvci V.c., Bibliotheca liber, io. leunclaio interprete.

Abū Maʻshar, -886 Author.
أبو معشر, -٨٨٦, Author.
Standardized Title:
Apomasaris apotelesmata, sive de significatis et eventis insomniorum, ex indorum, persarum, Aegyptiorumque disciplina. Depromptus ex io. Sambuci V.c. Bibliotheca liber, io.leunclaio interprete
Other Title:
Apomas: de significatis insomniorum
Francofvrti: Excudebat Andreas Wechelus, 1577.
Bloomsbury Arcadian Online Library: History of Science and Medicine
1 online resource ([12], 405, [10] pages)
Dreams -- Early works to 1800.
Sleep -- Early works to 1800.
Dream interpretation -- Early works to 1800.
Translated from the Greek.
Also attributed to Ahmad ibn Sīrīn.
Adams A1326; Caillet 153 ("rarissime"); VD 16 A 1204 (under Ahmad ibn Sirin); Wellcome 155; three copies only located in NUC, Cleveland Public Library, Harvard, and University of Minnesota; not in Durling.
Local notes:
Contemporary vellum, recased, new endpapers.
Penn Provenance:
The original Arabic text is lost, but it survives in Greek (see item no. 9 in this collection for the first edition in of the Greek text).
Leunclavius, Johannes, 1533?-1593, Translator.
Muḥammad ibn Sīrīn, -728 or 729, Author.
محمد بن سيرين, -٧٢٨ أو ٧٢٩, Author.
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